Digital Humanities, UX, Writing, and Literature
I build my courses around the relationship between emerging media and power structures. For that reason, my students begin each semester by asking, “What is the role of technology in our society?” and “How can we use technology to encourage social good?” The discussion that follows sets the tone for the rest of the class, during which students learn to question their own assumptions about what is normal, where power comes from, how it is deployed, and what it means for an idea to be socially constructed.
Digital Humanities Summer Institute
Surveillance and Critical Digital Humanities. DHSI Instructor. Summer 2018, 2019, 2021, 2022.
Abolitionist Methods for Teaching College-Level Writing. Assistant Professor. Spring 2022.
Introduction to Research Ethics. Assistant Professor. Summer 2020, 2021.
Theory and Practice in Digital Humanities. Postdoctoral Scholar. Fall 2015, 2016.
Ethical Approaches to Design. Assistant Professor. Spring 2022.
Interaction Design. Assistant Professor. Spring 2021, Spring 2022.
Introduction to Writing. Assistant Professor. Spring 2021.
Dangerous Tech: Surveillance & Data Ethics. Assistant Professor. Spring 2020.
Design Thinking. Assistant Professor. Spring 2019, Fall 2019.
Writing Across Media. Assistant Professor. Fall 2018, 2019, Spring 2020.
Dangerous Tech: Surveillance & Data Ethics. Digital Scholarship Coordinator. Spring 2018.
Intersectionality and Surveillance. Postdoctoral Scholar. Spring 2017.
Race and Gender in the Digital Humanities. Postdoctoral Scholar. Spring 2016.
Nature Writing and American Literature. Teacher of Record. Spring 2015.
Digital Composition and Media Production. Teacher of Record. Fall 2013, 2014.
Survey of Gothic Literature. Teacher of Record. Fall 2014.
Thinking, Writing, and Research. Teacher of Record. Spring 2012, 2013, 2014.
Thinking and Writing. Teacher of Record. Fall 2011, 2012.