In Fall 2017, I'll be teaching Ancient Philosophy (24.200). In Spring 2018, I'll be teaching Topics in the History of Philosophy. Feel free to email me for syllabi!
In addition to philosophy department teaching, I've taught and tutored at Hope House (a residential drug and alcohol treatment facility for women) through Stanford's Hope House Scholars Program; I was also involved with freshman general education at Stanford, by teaching in the Education as Self-Fashioning program (which combines work in the disciplines with an introduction to university-level writing) and by lecturing on Plato's Republic and Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics in Structured Liberal Education (a residential great books program for freshmen).
In addition to classroom teaching, I've been involved in several mentoring projects, including the CCNY/Stanford Summer Research Program in the Humanities (aimed at increasing diversity in academia); Princeton's Compass Workshop (aimed at increasing gender diversity in philosophy); and Stanford's WOGEM-PHI, a reading group for women and gender minorities in philosophy.