I teach a range of courses focused on gender, sexuality, race, technology, neoliberalism, and globalization.
My pedagogical approach draws inspiration from feminist, anti-racist, queer, trans, and critical media theoretical perspectives. It is also decidedly process-oriented. The process part means that student ideas and questions form the analytic, experiential, and creative backdrop against which course concepts, theories, and ideas are engaged and critically examined.
And despite my sometimes awkward use of it, I’m on a perpetual search to figure out how to integrate technology in the classroom that fosters students’ critical thinking and active engagement in the learning process.