I’ve taught in higher education for over a decade, and it’s become one of the driving passions of my life.
My teaching has covered many different subjects over the years, but I can isolate a few commonalities. Whatever the subject, I attempt to situate it historically, politically, and economically. I strive to get students to engage in interpretive analysis, to hone their senses and their descriptive powers. My courses are dynamic and participatory: I want students to contribute, to question, to create and to collaborate. And I prefer to conclude with guided independent research projects, so students can take material and put it into action in ways that are meaningful to their own interests, experiences and concerns.
University of Texas at Dallas
- EMAC 3300: Reading Media Critically
- EMAC 2330: Historical Perspectives on Emerging Media
- EMAC 2322: Theories of Emerging Media and Communication (Undergraduate)
- EMAC 6300: Theories of Emerging Media and Communication (Graduate)
- EMAC 6398: Race, Gender and the Public Sphere
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.
- COMM 302: Foundations of Mass Communication
- COMM 380: Media Criticism
- GLOA 101: Introduction to Global Affairs
- HNRS 122: Post-Digital Art
- HNRS 131: The Politics of Piracy
- NCLC 244: Beats, Rhymes and Culture
- NCLC 249: Digital Literacy
- NCLC 295: Capital and the Community
- NCLC 490: Senior Capstone
Westwood College, Arlington, VA.
- COM 305: Public Speaking
- SOC 295: Intercultural Communications
- SOC 299: Science and Society
International Academy of Design & Technology, Chicago, IL.
- ED 100: College Success
- SS 201: Cultural Diversity
- HU 100: Critical Thinking
- HU 301: Humanities and the Arts
- HU 309: Music Appreciation
- HU 333: Mythology and Popular Culture
- HU 430: Art Appreciation
- EN 420: Film and Literature
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH.
- POPC 160: Introduction to Popular Culture