Teaching Experience: Instructor of Record

Engaged Research

Beyond Intersectionality: Developing Anti-Racist and Anti-Capitalist Feminisms 

Queer Theory: Space, Bodies, and Time

Activisms: Theorizing Resistance and Building Skills for Social Justice

Gender in Contemporary Society 

Introduction to Queer Critique 

New Sexuality Studies: Queering Research Methods 

The Politics of Reproduction: Sex, Abortion, Motherhood

Women and Work

Queering Food 


Additional Teaching Experience

As part of my Graduate Assistantship at the University of Arizona’s Southwest Institute for Research on Women (2007-2009), I designed and taught a weekly course entitled “Race, Gender, and Resistance” to youth aged 13-17 who were court-mandated to attend the class as part of their drug treatment program.

   

Teaching Awards

The Myra Sadker Foundation, Teacher Award and Grant, “Beyond Internships Versus Intellectualism: Incorporating Women’s Studies Concepts Into Social Justice Internship Programs” 

Excellence in Teaching Award and Named University Wide Teaching Associate, an honor given to one UCSB Teaching Associate annually

Outstanding Teaching Associate Award, Residence Hall Association, UCSB 

Summer Teaching Competition Winner, Department of Feminist Studies, UCSB

 

For a more detailed list of courses I have taught or awards I have received, please see my CV.

Links to Examples of Students’ Projects Created in my Classes