I have taught in both Swedish and English at various universities at the basic, advanced, and doctoral level. Moreover, I have taught both campus courses and also online versions in some cases. Recent courses include:

Linköping University

  • Philosophy and Film (Spring 2023: full course responsibillity)
  • Environmental and Animal Ethics (Spring 2023: full course responsibillity)
  • Ethics and Applied Ethics (Spring 2023: full course responsibillity, Autumn 2023: examination)
  • Political and Social Philosophy (Examination Autumn 2023)
  • Ethics Modules for TDDI82: Objektorienterad problemlösning (Spring 2023), TGTU86: Scientific communication and ethics, NBIB45: Principles in Physiology and Ethics, TFKI16: Application Areas to Chemical Analysis Engineering (Autumn 2023: examination)
  • Master Theses Supervision / Examination (Spring 2023)
  • Ethics: Summer Course (Summer 2023: full course responsibillity)

Umeå University

  • Developing as a Doctoral Researcher (Autumn 2022, Autumn 2020)
    • As part of the Faculty of Arts Doctoral College
  • BA Writing Workshops (Spring 2022, Autumn 2021)
  • Political Philosophy (Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019)
  • Philosophy of Social Science (Spring 2021, Spring 2019)
  • Technology, Ethics and Environment (Spring 2021, Spring 2020)
  • Ethics, Democracy and the Heterogeneous Teaching Environment (Autumn 2019, Spring 2019, Autumn 2018)
  • Kiruna, Norrland, the World: Cultural Perspectives on People and Natural Resources (Summer 2019)

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

In May of 2017 I started working as a Research Engineer at the Division of Philosophy at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. I have taught seminars and assisted students in project work in the various versions of the course:

  • Theory and Methodology of Science (Spring 2018, Autumn 2017, Spring 2017)

It is a course given to engineering students primarily at the master level or graduate (PhD) level. During this time I have also helped develop course material for a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the philosophy of science, under the supervision of Professor Till Grüne-Yanoff.

Somewhat relatedly, I have helped develop an alphabetical subject and name index for Handbook of Safety Principles, under the supervision of editors Dr Niklas Möller, and Professor Sven Ove Hansson, published by Wiley in 2018.

Stockholm University

As an Amanuensis at the Department of Philosophy at Stockholm University, I have helped teach and mark exams of students taking courses relating to the philosophy of science such as:

  • Knowledge, Science and Research Methodology (Spring 2018, Autumn 2017, Spring 2017, Autumn 2016, Spring 2016, Autumn 2015)
  • Knowledge and Science (Spring 2018, Autumn 2017)
  • Scientific Method and Research Ethics (Autumn 2017)

I did so in various stages from November 2015 until July 2018.

Starting in August of 2014 until June 2017 I held weekly Supplemental Instruction (“SI”) meetings with undergraduates at the Department of Philosophy at Stockholm University. I did so in the following courses:

Practical Philosophy I (30 ECTS credits, Philosophy, Politics and Economics Programme: Autumn 2014):

  • Introduction to Argumentation, Semantics and Logic (7.5 ECTS credits)
  • Normative Ethics and Political Philosophy (7.5 ECTS credits)
  • Metaethics (7.5 ECTS credits)
  • The Philosophy of Economics and Social Science (7.5 ECTS credits)

Practical Philosophy II (30 ECTS credits: Autumn 2016, Autumn 2015, Spring 2015):

  • Classical Works in Practical Philosophy (6 ECTS credits)
  • Political Philosophy (6 ECTS credits)
  • The Philosophy of Social Science (6 ECTS credits)
  • Metaethics (6 ECTS credits)
  • Normative Ethics (6 ECTS credits)

Theoretical Philosophy II (30 ECTS credits: Spring 2016):

  • The Philosophy of Mind (7.5 ECTS credits)
  • The Philosophy of Language (7.5 ECTS credits)
  • Seminar (7.5 ECTS credits)
  • Original Work in Theoretical Philosophy (7.5 ECTS credits)

Knowledge, Science and Research Methodology (7.5 ECTS credits: Spring 2017)

  • Four different groups of students throughout the semester.
  • Project Report (Spring 2017): “SI-verksamhetens potentiella tillämpningsområden och verkan inom filosofiämnet”, a short report written alongside Marie Kagrell and Helena Björnesjö about the SI-programme’s application within the field of philosophy.