When I teach philosophy, I strive to provide students with cognitive scaffolding they can use to navigate their individual and collective lives, engage in their own creative projects, and mindfully resist the worst dimensions of a culture shaped by patriarchy, advanced capitalism, settler colonialism, racism, heterosexism, ableism, and other forces. I endeavour to help students develop a consciousness of the power structures that shape their experiences, including the ones which are present in the classroom. 

Course Instructor

University of Toronto:

2018 Summer, PHL 242: Science Fiction and Philosophy

Teaching Assistant 

University of Toronto:

Tutorial Leader and Grader

2019 Winter, PHL113: Persons and Values


2018 Fall, PHL217: Intro to Continental Philosophy

2018 Winter, PHL271: Law and Morality

2017 Fall, PHLB09: Biomedical Ethics

2017 Summer, PHL281: Bioethics

2016 Fall, PHL281: Bioethics


2018 Fall, PHL324: The Continental Tradition

2017 Winter, PHL243: Philosophy of Sexuality

2016 Winter, PHLB12: Philosophy of Human Sexuality

© 2019 by Natalie Helberg. Created with Wix.com