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
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.