Courses

University of Pennsylvania

S 2018: Phil 530: Graduate Seminar: Artificial Intelligence

S 2018: Phil 405: Topics in Philosophy of Language: Reference and Context-Sensitivity

F 2017: Phil 205 What Is Meaning? Philosophy of Mind and Language (Syllabus)

F 2017: Cogs 001: Introduction to Cognitive Science, with Charles Yang (Syllabus)

S 2017: Phil 343: Major's Seminar, Cognitive Virtues and Vices (Syllabus)

S 2017: Phil 051: First-year Seminar, Yoga and Philosophy (Syllabus)

F 2016: Phil 205 What Is Meaning? Philosophy of Mind and Language (Syllabus)

F 2016: Phil 430 Philosophy of Mind: Artificial Intelligence (Syllabus)

S 2016: Phil 405 Philosophy of Language: Reference and Context Sensitivity (Syllabus)

S 2016: Phil 430 Philosophy of Mind: Emotion, Motivation, and Control (Syllabus)

F 2015: Phil 244 Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Syllabus)

F 2015: Phil 530 Graduate Seminar on Agent Architectures (Syllabus)

New York University

S 2014: Minds and Machines

F 2014: Introduction to Philosophy of Mind


Students

Doctoral Students

Co-Supervisor. Ben Baker (on dynamic systems theory, supervised with Gary Hatfield), U. Penn. In progress.

Committee. Patrick Ball (on feminist readings of early modern philosophers), U. Penn. In progress.

Committee. Shereen Chang (on biases in studying animal cognition), U. Penn. In progress.

Committee. Jordan Taylor (on emotion), U. Penn. In progress.

Committee. Grace Boey (on expertise and oppression), U. Penn. In progress.

Masters Students

Co-Supervisor. Mohammad Rostrami (on subjectivism about color, supervised with Gary Hatfield), U. Penn. 2016.

BA Thesis Students

Co-Supervisor Carolina English (Visual Studies, on Blindsight and Disability, supervised with Orkan Telhan), U. Penn 2016.

Supervisor Jason Bowers, “Amelioration and Autonomy” (on analyses of gender), NYU 2015.


Mentoring

Since Fall 2015 I have been a mentor for women on the job market, first for Marketboost, now the Job Candidate Mentoring Program for Women in Philosophy.