Teaching areas: medical and psychiatric anthropology, carceral and critical legal studies, critical global health, ethnographic methods, aesthetic philosophy and anthropology, psychoanalysis, and postcolonial theory

Sole Course Designer and Instructor, Lecturer in the Department of Liberal Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago:

An Ethics of Subversion: Introduction to Postcolonial Theory (Spring 2022)

Dreams and the Limits of Interpretation (Fall 2021)

Fundamental Concepts in Psychoanalysis (Fall 2020)

Aesthetic Anthropology (Fall 2020)

Ethnography: Theory and Method (Fall 2019)

Dreams: An Introduction to Psychoanalysis (Fall 2019)

Ethnography and the Aesthetic: Writing the Impossible (Fall 2018)

Foucault: From Psychiatric Power to the Care of the Self (Fall 2017)

Primary Course Designer and Instructor, Harvard College:

WGS Junior Tutorial: Queer Theory and the Anthropology of Sexuality (Spring 2016)

The Revolutionary Clinic: Care, Postcoloniality, Critique (co-taught with Professor Paul Farmer; Fall 2016)

Teaching Fellow, Harvard Extension School:

The Coronavirus Pandemic (Fall 2020)

Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Cares? Reimagining Global Health (Fall 2019-2020)

Case Studies in Global Health: Biosocial Perspectives (Fall 2017-2018)

Social Medicine in the United States (Spring 2020)

Dying Well: Death in America (Spring 2019)

Teaching Fellow, Harvard College:

Marx, Nietzsche, Freud (Spring 2016)

Case Studies in Global Health: Biosocial Perspectives (Fall 2015)