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

I currently hold no permanent teaching position. I consider teaching invitations from any university, psychoanalytic institute, or community-based group when extended. Listed below are examples of semester-long undergraduate- and graduate-level courses I have taught.

Harvard College

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

Case Studies in Global Health: Biosocial Perspectives 

Marx, Nietzsche, Freud

Queer Theory and the Anthropology of Sexuality

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Foucault: From Psychiatric Power to the Care of the Self 

An Ethics of Subversion: Introduction to Postcolonial Theory 

Dreams and the Limits of Interpretation 

Fundamental Concepts in Psychoanalysis 

Aesthetic Anthropology 

Ethnography: Theory and Method 

Dreams: An Introduction to Psychoanalysis 

Ethnography and Aesthetics: Writing the Unspeakable 

Harvard Extension School

Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Cares? Reimagining Global Health 

The Coronavirus Pandemic 

Social Medicine in the United States 

Dying Well: Death in America