Teaching

The courses that I have taught at Carnegie Mellon draw on my interdisciplinary training and my teaching philosophy to inspire students to become intent listeners, articulate speakers, effective writers, and politically engaged citizens in a global world.

It has been a true privilege to mentor the bright and hard-working students of Carnegie Mellon. I am learning so much from them!

Some of the courses I have taught so far include:

  • Global Studies Capstone Research Seminar
  • Introduction to Science and Technology Studies
  • Social and Political Change in 20th century Central and Eastern Europe
  • Politics of Science and Technology during the Cold War (Freshman Seminar)
  • The Politics and Culture of Memory
  • Introduction to Anthropology
  • “Unwanted”: Refugees, Stateless People, and International Migration
  • Methods and Theory in Historical Studies (Graduate Level)