I teach a broad range of undergraduate and graduate courses in political theory and the history of political thought. In keeping with my research interests, I frequently teach surveys of modern political thought, but I also enjoy teaching ancient political theory. My thematic courses focus on political thinking and writing on political economy, capitalism, democracy, and individuality and sociability.
At Vanderbilt, I won two prizes for undergraduate teaching, including one at the university level, and I was a junior faculty teaching fellow at Vanderbilt's Center for Teaching.
Below is a selection of my current and past courses, with links to their most recent syllabi.
Courses for 2018-2019 (University of Toronto)
POL 200Y: Political Theory (undergraduate lecture and writing-development initiative course)
POL 485/2027: Topics in Political Theory II--The Politics of Capitalism (4th-year undergraduate/graduate seminar)
Justice (introductory undergraduate lecture course)
Ancient Political Theory (undergraduate lecture course)
Modern Political Philosophy (undergraduate lecture course)
Democratic Theory and Practice (undergraduate seminar)
The Politics of Capitalism (undergraduate seminar)
Self and Society (undergraduate seminar)
Liberalism and Its Critics (graduate seminar)
Individualism and the Self in Modern Political Thought (graduate seminar)
The Politics of Risk in Early Modernity (undergraduate/graduate seminar)