I have taught a range of courses in Communication Studies and Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies
I have taught several rotating graduate seminars:
Queer Geographies & Ecologies examines constructs of nature, environment, and energy in queer studies
Queer and Trans Public Culture examines queer and trans critique as a mode of contesting, negotiating, and remaking cultural imaginations and practices of intimacy, public life, and lived social worlds.
Place, Power, and Public Culture examines spatial theories from the standpoint of feminist, queer, disability, Indigenous & abolitionist spatial approaches to long standing questions of public culture.
Rhetoric of the Body examines a genealogy of the figure of the body and embodiment in social theory & political thought
At the undergraduate level, I have taught four courses:
Gender, Sexuality, and Space is an intermediate course that examines the intersecting frameworks of feminist geography and environmental justice
Trans & Queer Ecologies: Cultural Politics of Environment is an intermediate course that examines how queer, trans, and disability studies connect to conversations about climate futures
Movements, Protests, & Resistance is an intermediate course that examines the rhetoric of varying social movements across time
Burnout, Productivity, Care is a capstone that critically examines the culture of "burnout" as embedded in productivity regimes, and as an object of critical public discourse.