Teaching

My teaching philosophy is rooted in critical reflection and non-directive learning; my goal is to facilitate student engagement with critical methodologies, metacognitive practices, and content knowledge that enables creative interventions in their professional and intellectual lives. My pedagogic research has been supported by grants from the Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning (Warwick), the European Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences. My teaching has been recognized by a Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and a Fellowship of the Warwick International Higher Education Academy.

Recent Teaching

Doctoral:

2015: Invited Presenter, Warwick Doctoral Training Programme at the Warburg Institute.

Undergraduate (Honours):

2017: Convenor, IP204 ‘The Apocalyptic Imaginary‘ (Liberal Arts, University of Warwick)
2015: Convenor, IL014 ‘Global Connections’ (Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning, University of Warwick/Monash University)
2014: IL014 ‘Global Connections’ (Institute for Advanced Teaching and Learning, University of Warwick/Monash University)

Undergraduate (First Year):

2016-: Convenor, IP103 ‘Art and Revolution’ (Liberal Arts, University of Warwick)
2013: LIT102 ‘Introduction to Advanced Literary Studies: Poetry’ (University of Sheffield)
2013: LIT104 ‘Introduction to Advanced Literary Studies: Prose’ (University of Sheffield)
2012: LIT124 ‘Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama’ (University of Sheffield)