Teaching

American Conservatism
Dartmouth College
Spring 2017
Instructor

American Political Thought
The course focuses on the period from the Revolution to the Civil War. Topics include toleration, constitutionalism, rights, individualism, and slavery. Readings are drawn mainly from primary sources, including Jefferson, Madison, Adams, Hamilton, Jackson, Calhoun, Taylor, Anthony, Thoreau, and Lincoln.
Dartmouth College
Fall 2016
Instructor (co-taught with Russell Muirhead)

Contemporary Political Thought
Major issues in contemporary political thought with attention to the theoretical roots of major contemporary ideologies.
University of Georgia
Spring 2016
Instructor

Special Topics in Political Theory: Federalism and Its Critics
Selected writers, themes, or methodologies in political theory.
University of Georgia
Fall 2015
Instructor

Introduction to American Politics
Princeton University
Spring 2015
Teaching Assistant (with Paul Frymer)

Modern Political Thought
Princeton University
Fall 2014
Teaching Assistant (with Charles Beitz)

American Political Thought
Princeton University
Spring 2013
Teaching Assistant (with Alan Ryan)

Politics and Strategy
Introduction to study of strategic interaction in political applications. Use of game theory and other formal modeling strategies to understand politics.
UCLA
Spring 2010
Teaching Assistant (with Kathleen Bawn)

Politics and Strategy
Introduction to study of strategic interaction in political applications. Use of game theory and other formal modeling strategies to understand politics.
UCLA
Winter 2010
Teaching Assistant (with Barry O’Neill)

Democratic Theory
Critical analysis of selected major authors, issues, and arguments in contemporary democratic theory.
UCLA
Fall 2009
Teaching Assistant (with Carole Pateman)