During the academic year 2018-2019, I taught a series of lectures on the philosophy of consciousness to undergraduates at the University of Oxford. The course materials and student evaluations are available upon request.
In 2018, I was a guest lecturer and assessor for the Philosophical Foundations of Psychology module of the MSc in Psychological Research at the University of Oxford. I assessed graduate essays on consciousness, Marr’s levels of analysis, the modularity of mind, the language of thought hypothesis and moral psychology.
I have previously taught tutorials and classes at the University of Oxford on the following subjects: Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Knowledge and Reality, Early Modern Philosophy and General Philosophy. I have been employed as a philosophy tutor by Brasenose College, Harris Manchester College, Magdalen College, St Catherine's College, St Peter's College and Wadham College, where I have taught first-year, second-year and third-year undergraduates studying for the Psychology, Philosophy and Linguistics track (PPL) and the Philosophy, Politics and Economics track (PPE).
Before starting my DPhil at the University of Oxford, I held a one-year appointment as a French lecteur at Jesus College at the University of Cambridge, where I taught 22 undergraduate students during weekly classes.