Teaching is a central part of my intellectual life. My experience comes from US universities (NYU, Columbia), including a wonderful women’s liberal art college (Barnard), UK Universities (Oxford, UCL), and prisons.
Besides various topics in ancient philosophy, I taught: metaphysics, logic, philosophy of language, philosophy of logic, philosophy of mind, epistemology, Kant, history of ethics, introduction to philosophy, and freedoms. At Trento’s prison, I regularly teach Philosophical Dialogues and Citizenship. I am also planning a future course on Race and Gender.
When possible, I integrate standard teaching methods with less standard ones. These include puppet shows (for Introduction to Ancient Philosophy) and film-making assignments (for Freedoms, a first-year seminar at Barnard).
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Modality: Perspectives from Linguistics and Philosophy (with Angelika Kratzer), UCL graduate seminar, 2019.
Modality and Causation, Oxford-UCL joint graduate seminar, 2018.
Freedoms, first-year liberal art course, Barnard College, 2015.
Introduction to Philosophy, first-year, Barnard College & Columbia University, 2014.
Plato's Republic, third-year, tutorial series, Oxford University, 2013.
Plato's Euthyphro & Meno, second-year, tutorial series, Oxford University, 2013.