Teachings at the University of Twente (2022-)
For the Creative Technology Bachelor program, Module "Reflection 1", I taught the lectures "Ethical Theories", "The Ethical Cycle", "Ethics and the Internet of Things", and I co-taught the lecture "Design as a Driver for Change" with Dr. Alexandria Poole.
For the Creative Technology Bachelor program, Module "Reflection 2", I taught the lectures "The Ethics of Big Data", "Ethical Extensionism", and "Ethical Theory for Decision-Making" and I co-taught the lectures “Designing for Overlooked Aspects of Ethical Problems (1)” and “Designing for Overlooked Aspects of Ethical Problems (2)” with Dr. Alexandria Poole.
For the International Business Administration Bachelor programme, Module "ChangeL", I taught two business case reflection sessions and four group projet tutor meetings for four different groups.
For the Mechanical Engineering Bachelor programme, Project "Fluid Engineering", I co-taught the lectures "Ethics in Engineering 1" and "Ethics in Engineering 2" with Dr. Michael Nagenborg.
For the Mechanical Engineering Bachelor programme, Project "Analysis of an Energy System", I taught the lecture “Stakeholder Analysis” and two tutorials on the same topic.
For the Bachelor Honours programme, Module "Innovation Project 1", I taught the lecture “Sustainability Ethics”.
Teachings at the University of Warwick (2021-2022)
I taught four seminars on the history of political thought for the undergraduate module PO201 Political Theory from Hobbes: Seeking Freedom and Equality.
I aslo taught three seminars on contemporary political theory for the undergraduate module PH338 Principles of Political Economy: Philosophy & Politics.
Teachings at Kiel University (2018-2020)
I taught four seminars in English at Kiel University in the Master programme in environmental philosophy
You can access the syllabus for each course by clicking on the title of the teaching
Teachings at the University of Lausanne (2012-2017)
I taught three BA seminars in French for first-year students:
Classical texts in modern political philosophy
Locke’s Second Treatise of Government
Rousseau’s Social Contract
I also taught 16 courses and seminars in French with my PhD co-supervisor, Simone Zurbuchen. A short description of these teachings can be found here.
Political philosophy: from global to intergenerational justice
Just war theories: historical and contemporary approaches
The problem of supererogation
Is man naturally sociable?
Alexis de Tocqueville’s Democracy in America and its contemporary readings
What is political liberty? Classical readings
John Locke’s theory of property
Hannah Arendt’s political philosophy
Human rights: theories, challenges and critiques
Introduction to modern political philosophy
Theories of sovereignty
Political liberalism and its critics
The philosophy of human rights
Main ethical theories in the 19th and 20th century