Undergraduate Teaching

I have taught a wide range of undergraduate units at the Australian National University, Sydney University, and the University of Western Australia. At Sydney University I was course co-ordinator (i.e. lecturer and tutor) for PHIL2663 (Justice), and PHIL3663 (Justice: Advanced) in 2014, 2015, and 2016. I was also convenor for PHIL2634 (Democratic Theory) in 2016. At the ANU, I tutored PHIL1004 (Fundamental Ideas in Philosophy) in 2013 and 2014, PHIL1007 (Philosophy, Society, Humanity) in 2013, and PHIL2115 (Political Philosophy From Hobbes to Mill) in 2015. In 2017, I co-taught PHIL2113 (Global Justice), delivering half the lectures and tutorials. At UWA, in 2019, I will be co-ordinating PPHE2211 (History of Political Ideas), PPHE3327 (Contemporary Political Theory), and an honours seminar devoted to the work of John Rawls.

My teaching has been strongly reviewed, and I have received numerous commendations. An overview of student satisfaction data, and my commendations, can be found in my CV. Please click here for a copy of my teaching statement.

I would be happy to provide sample teaching materials upon request.