I teach courses in feminist philosophy at all levels, and on figures such as Simone de Beauvoir, Hannah Arendt, and Judith Butler. In 2013, I received the William’s Council Distinguished Teaching Award, largely for my work teaching 340 undergraduate students each year in my Philosophy of Love and Sex course, a very popular large lecture course which I teach each spring [more info here and here]. At the graduate and advanced undergraduate levels I teach a variety of courses that are designed to help students think about gender, sex and sexuality often in relation to questions of ethics, social justice, politics and power.

For course links and syllabi, see my Department of Philosophy Faculty page here.