Assistant Professor, the University of Wisconsin-Madison 

  • “French political thought from Rousseau to Durkheim” (graduate seminar)
  • “Politics and Economics” (freshman seminar)
  • “French political thought from Rousseau to Foucault” (advanced undergraduate seminar)
  • “Rousseau” (graduate seminar)

Collegiate Assistant Professor, University of Chicago

  • “Power, Identity, Resistance I “:  Introduction to political economy (Smith, Marx, Durkheim)
  • “Power, Identity, Resistance II”: Liberalism and its critics (Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Burke, Tocqueville, Mill)
  • “Power, Identity, Resistance III”: Violence and resistance (Nietzsche, Freud, Fanon, Beauvoir, Foucault)

Teaching Assistant, Princeton University

  • “Introduction to Political Theory” (Alan Ryan)
  • “Introduction to Political Theory” (Maurizio Viroli)
  • “Ethics and Public Policy” (Steve Macedo)

Lecturer, University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne

  • “What is Democracy?”
  • “Locke’s Two Treatises on Civil Government”
  • “The Concept of Legitimacy”
  • “What is Evil?”
  • “Moral Dilemmas”

Adjunct Lecturer, Northwestern University 

  • “The Concept of Nature in French Philosophy from Montaigne to Levi-Strauss”