Current teaching includes "Truth, Justice, and the Nature of Politics," and "Power and Politics."
Together, these introduce students to the history of Western political thought,
the assumptions embedded in this history, and the implications that still resonate for us today.
Previously, I taught "Human Rights and Global Justice,"
and a graduate seminar on "Theory and Explanation in Political Science."
In Spring 2018, I will teach a graduate seminar on "Political Theory and Methods."
At the University of Chicago, I taught "Power, Identity, and Resistance," which examines multiple and interrelated aspects of power, from the roles of economic markets and political states,
to the social structures that determine individual, class, and gender inequalities.