Teaching

University of Virginia

Fall 2019

  • FORU 1500, “The World Gone Wrong: Corruption in History and Culture” (with Prof. Sylvia Tidey) Syllabus

Fall 2018

  • AMST 3001, “Theories and Methods of American Studies” Syllabus
  • HIST 1501, “The Global Financial Crisis of 2008” Syllabus

Spring 2018

  • AMST 3001, “Theories and Methods of American Studies” Syllabus
  • AMST 3559, “Science and Democracy in America” Syllabus

Fall 2017

  • HIST 1501, “Corruption and Fraud” Syllabus

University of Pennsylvania

  • Spring 2016, Instructor, STSC 308, “Science, Technology, and Global Capitalism,” University of Pennsylvania. Syllabus

MIT

  • Fall 2015, Instructor, STS.004, “Intersections: Science, Technology, and the World,” MIT. Syllabus

Rutgers University

  • Spring 2015, Lecturer, History 328, “Science in American Culture,” Rutgers University – New Brunswick. Syllabus
  • Fall 2014, Lecturer, History 251, “History of Science and Society,” Rutgers University – New Brunswick. Syllabus

Other

  • October 2010, Led two-week studio on the history of technology at the Nuvu Studio, an innovative alternative teaching program for high school students in Cambridge, MA (nuvustudio.org)