My teaching approach is rooted in the same feminist commitments that motivate my research: critical and collaborative interrogation of knowledge production and ethical practices through which we understand, produce and unravel the complex and entangled world in which we live. My pedagogical practice has three main objectives:
- to provide engaging and collaborative spaces for active and critical learning.
- to develop critical thinking through assignments that focus on close reading and creative writing.
- to incorporate a diversity of voices and perspectives that broaden students’ academic and social abilities.
Currently, I’m teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in the department of Anthropology at GWU.
I also taught lower and upper-division courses in a variety of programs at UC Davis: Anthropology, Women & Gender Studies, American Studies, and Spanish.
Courses I’m currently teaching:
- Anthropology of Latin America (Undergraduate course)
- Volatile Ecologies — Anthropology of Environmental Politics (Undergraduate and graduate course).
- Anthropology of Science and Technology (Undergraduate course)
- Experimental Practices –Social Study of Science and Technology (graduate course)
Courses I envision teaching:
- Warfare Underground: Mines and Humanitarianism Reconsidered
- Everyday Warfare and Militarized Landscapes
- Technologies and Practices of Aid: Global Structures of Humanitarianism
- Ethnographies of Multispecies Relations
- Anthropology of the Senses
- Latin American Ethnographies
I’m working on future classes syllabi. You will find the link here soon.
For more on past teaching please see C.V.