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  • Assistant Professor, Philosophy
  • Associate Professor, Philosophy
801-581-8161

Current Courses

Spring 2021

  • PHIL 1001-001
    Intro: Ethical Dilemmas
    Location: CANVAS (CANVAS)
  • PHIL 5191-001
    Philosophy of _____
    Location: CANVAS (CANVAS)
  • PHIL 6191-001
    "Philosophy of"
    Location: CANVAS (CANVAS)

Fall 2020

Professional Organizations

  • Soceity for Analytical Feminism. 08/01/2018 - present. Position : Member.

Courses I Teach

  • PHIL 1001 - Ethical Dilemmas: Food, Wealth, & Social Identity
    Introduction to ethical theories, structured around socially relevant topics
  • PHIL 3730 - War at Home & Abroad
    Course on the ethical and political aspects of war, both at home & abroad. Historical and contemporary discussions.
  • PHIL 3760 - Philosophy & LIterature: What is Justice
    Course about historically different ways of conceptualizing justice, in which students put pieces of literature and philosophy into conversation.
  • PHIL 5191/6191 - Discrimination & Equality in the Workplace
    Course on the philosophy of discrimination, focusing on workplace discrimination. Reflections on law & case law.
  • Phil 4010 - Senior Seminar: Inclusive Feminisms
    Seminar on inclusion and exclusion in feminist theory and social movements. Topics include the philosophy of sex & gender, intersectionality, situated & embodied knowledge, epistemic oppression, and pornography.