I am just as passionate about teaching as I am about writing. My main teaching interests are in political theory, ethics of technology, legal philosophy, ancient philosophy (Greek and Chinese), and feminist philosophy.
At UC Berkeley, I served as a graduate assistant instructor in seven philosophy courses, two legal studies courses, and one social theory course. I also taught legal writing to law students and served as a principal instructor for courses in classical guitar performance five times. A list of these courses is below.
At Berkeley, I also established two long-term graduate student reading groups at the law school. The first, which I led for six consecutive semesters, is on law and philosophy and draws students from Philosophy, Law, Political Science, and Public Policy. The second, which I led for its inaugural term is on Chinese philosophy and draws students from Philosophy, Classics, and East Asian Languages.
In a previous life, as a teen and before coming to the United States, I taught computer science at a private college in Tehran.
Fall 2021 Legal Research and Writing (graduate) Romy Rahmanian
Spring 2021 U.S. Constitutional History (upper division) Robert Brown
Fall 2020 Theories of Justice (upper division) Christopher Kutz
Spring 2019 Nature of Mind (lower division) John Campbell
Fall 2018 Moral Philosophy (lower division) Hans Sluga
Summer 2018 Introduction to Logic (lower division) Dan Khokhar
Spring 2018 Philosophy of Mind (lower division) John Campbell
Spring 2017 Philosophy of Mind (upper division) John Searle
Fall 2016 Philosophy of Society (upper division) John Searle
Spring 2016 Theories of Punishment (upper division) Richard Perry
Spring 2011 Social Theory (upper division) Rakesh Bhandari
Spring 2014 Classical Guitar Performance (intermediate)
Spring 2014 Classical Guitar Performance (beginning)
Spring 2011 Classical Guitar Performance (intermediate)
Spring 2011 Classical Guitar Performance (beginning)
Fall 2010 Classical Guitar Performance (beginning)
Please contact me for my complete unredacted course evaluations and sample syllabi.
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