In Spring and Fall 2020 I was an Assistant Professor of Politics, Philosophy & Economics at the Asian University for Women (you can read about that university and its mission here), where I taught the following courses:


Global Justice, Spring and Fall 2020

Political Philosophy, Spring 2020

Moral Philosophy, Fall 2020

Foundations of Philosophy, Spring and Fall 2020

At Oxford I have co-taught (with Paul Billingham) two graduate courses for students on the M.Phil. in Political Theory: Contemporary Theories of Liberalism: Perfectionism and Antiperfectionism in Hilary 2018, and Reasonable Disagreement and Political Argument in Michaelmas 2019. These courses were connected to my research interests in legitimacy,  public reason, and public justification. 

I have also co-taught (with Zofia Stemplowska) Reasoning in Political Philosophy in Hilary 2019, a methods course for political theory graduate students.

Further undergraduate teaching at Oxford:

Advanced Paper in Theories of Justice, Trinity 2019

Foundations, Michaelmas 2016 (Blavatnik School of Government)

Theory of Politics, Michaelmas 2015

Introduction to Politics: Theorising the Democratic State, Hilary 2014