HIGHER ED TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2020. “Holocaust Memory, Memorials & Museums,” (online), School of Education and Social Policy, Northwestern University.
Co-teach a course for students on Holocaust memory as a scholar-in-residence, with Northwestern faculty member Daniel Cohen and curatorial scholar Elena Gonzales.
2018-2019. “Media Studies: Race, Gender, and Ethnicity,” Journalism, Ithaca College.
Designed and taught a course for students completing media internships in New York City, using interdisciplinary approaches to examine identity and structures of power in media as well as historical and theoretical perspectives.
2018. “Gender, Race and Visual Media,” Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers University.
Designed and taught a course in which students gain a foundational understanding of visual and photography studies in order to understand how visual codes work in the present.
2017. “Feminist Practices,” (online), Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers University.
Designed and taught a course in which students work towards developing their own conceptual feminist framework and action plan.
2017-2018. “The Gendered Body: Horror and the Grotesque,” (online), Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers University.
Created and taught an online course in which students engage the genre and form of the horror film towards an understanding of the ways in which bodies have been constructed.
2016-2017. “Expository Writing," Writing Program, Rutgers University.
Designed course of study and led two sections per semester of a required university writing course, with an emphasis on reading comprehension, thesis and argument development.
2016. “Gender & Science,” Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers University.
Designed and taught a course in which students interrogate the science of gender as well as science as gendered, the history of science, and science fiction as a site of producing knowledge.
2015-16. “Feminist Theory: Historical Perspectives," Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers University.
Designed and taught a genealogical course on the history of feminism and the development of feminist theory.
2013-15. “Women, Culture, and Society,” Women’s & Gender Studies, Rutgers University.
Designed and taught a survey course of key topics, theories and methods relevant to the field of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.
Teaching Certificates and Professional Development
2017. New York Metro American Studies Association and Columbia University Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race Summer Institute
2014. Seminar on Archival and Historical Research, Center for Jewish History—New York, NY
2014. Online and Hybrid Teaching, Rutgers University TA Project