Department of Philosophy
University of California, Los Angeles
jewell@humnet.ucla.edu


AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION IN PHILOSOPHY
Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind


EDUCATION

University of California, Los Angeles
PhD in Philosophy (December, 2015)
Dissertation: Believing for Reasons
Chair: Mark Greenberg
Committee: Pamela Hieronymi, Andrew Hsu, Michael Rescorla, Sheldon Smith

Tufts University
MA (Philosophy), 2008

Temple University: Tyler School of Art
BFA (Printmaking, Philosophy), 2004, summa cum laude


ACADEMIC AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

UCLA Dissertation Year Fellowship (2014-15)
UCLA Philosophy Department Fellowship (Winter 2012, Spring 2012)
UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship (2009)


TEACHING

Instructor of Record
I was the sole instructor for these courses. Responsibilities included instructing, facilitating class discussion, grading, mentoring, developing curriculum and assessment tools, and managing teaching assistants (where appropriate).

Pomona College

  • PHIL80: Philosophy of Mind (Spring, 2018)

UCLA

  • PHIL07: Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Summer, 2019) (current)

  • PHIL02: Introduction to Philosophy of Religion (Spring, 2018)

  • PHIL191: Powers in Philosophy

  • PHIL180: Philosophy of Action (Fall, 2017)

  • PHIL129: Philosophy of Psychology (Summer C, 2017)

  • PHIL129: Philosophy of Psychology (Summer A, 2017)

  • PHIL174: Topics in the Theory of Knowledge: Epistemic Virtue and Vice

  • PHIL170: Philosophy of Mind: The Mind in the Natural World (Winter, 2017)

  • PHIL170: Philosophy of Mind: The Mind in the Natural World (Fall, 2016)

  • PHIL129: Philosophy of Psychology (Summer, 2016)

  • PHIL002: Introduction to Philosophy of Religion (Spring, 2016)

  • PHIL161: Topics in Aesthetics: The Values of Art (Winter, 2016)

  • PHIL174: Topics in the Theory of Knowledge: Epistemic Basing and Justification (Fall, 2015)

  • PHIL007: Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Summer, 2013)

  • PHIL183: Theory of Knowledge: Internalism and Exernalism (Summer, 2012)

Philosophy Department TA Consultant
Responsibilities included developing and leading a course on pedagogy for graduate-student teaching assistants in the department and managing the assignment of teaching assistants to courses (in 2012).

UCLA

  • Philosophy Teaching Seminar (a training course for non-graduate-student teaching assistants) (Fall, 2015)

  • Philosophy Teaching Seminar (a training course for non-graduate-student teaching assistants) (Fall, 2014)

  • PHIL495: Teaching College Philosophy (a training course for teaching assistants) (Fall, 2012)

Teaching Assistant and Teaching Fellow
Responsibilities included instructing sections, developing discussion activities and section curriculum, grading, and lecturing (where applicable).

UCLA

  • PHIL007: Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Spring, 2014)

  • PHIL021: Rationality and Skepticism (Winter, 2014)

  • PHIL154: Topics in Value Theory: Rationality and Action (Fall, 2013)

  • PHIL006: Introduction to Political Philosophy (Spring, 2013)

  • PHIL100A: Ancient Greek Philosophy (Fall, 2011)

  • PHIL129: Philosophy of Psychology (Summer, 2011)

  • PHIL008: Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Spring, 2011)

  • PHIL007: Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Winter, 2011)

  • PHIL151: History of Political Philosophy (Fall, 2010)

  • PHIL129: Philosophy of Psychology (Summer, 2010)

  • PHIL008: Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Spring, 2010)

  • PHIL007: Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Winter, 2010)

  • PHIL008: Introduction to Philosophy of Science (Spring, 2009)

  • PHIL100B: Medieval and Early Modern (Winter, 2009)

  • PHIL007: Introduction to Philosophy of Mind (Fall, 2009)

Tufts University

  • PHIL33: Introduction to Logic

  • PHIL06: Reasoning and Critical Thinking

  • PHIL103: Logic (graduate level)

  • PHIL24: Introduction to Ethics

  • PHIL124: Bioethics


PAPERS

In Submission

Jewell, Andrew. "The Ability to Believe for Reasons." 2019. (revise and resubmit status)

In Preparation

Jewell, Andrew. "Taking, Treating, and Believing."
Jewell, Andrew. "Deviance and Malfunction."


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • AAPT Teaching and Learning Workshop (Winter, 2016)

  • Central Seminar (ten workshops by the UCLA Office of Instructional Development) (Fall, 2013)

  • PHIL496: Teaching College Philosophy (a course for graduate teaching assistants) (Fall, 2009)


SERVICE

  • Chair, UCLA-USC Graduate Student Conference (2009, 2015)

  • Referee, Synthese (2015)

  • Referee, UCLA-USC Graduate Student Conference (2009, 2012, 2014, 2015)

  • UCLA Teaching Assistant Conference, Workshop Leader (Fall, 2013)