Teaching relates integrally to engaged anthropology – and vice-versa. I have had the good fortunate to have taught a wide range of undergraduate and graduate students, including many who have successfully developed their own careers as anthropologists. Creative co-teaching and mentorship of TA’s have also been important in my teaching career.
Among the many different courses and seminars that I have taught, recent ones include:
- ANT 202: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology: Concepts and Methods
- ANT 190: Living Across Cultures
- ANT 385: Applying Anthropology
For graduate students:
- ANT 501: Foundations of Cultural Anthropology: History/Theory/Practice
- ANT 560: Methods in Cultural Anthropology: From Inside Out
A full list of my courses taught can be found here, along with a list of graduate students and post-docs I have mentored and their record of professional placement.
Contributing service to my profession, university, and department has also been important to me. Aspects of my service and administration record can be found here.