Teaching

Harvard University

Spring, 2019. Independent Study Advisor, Prophetic Movements in Native North America and the Boas-Hunt Kwak’wala Corpus.

Princeton University

Spring, 2017. Preceptor, Slavic 366: Eastern Europe: Culture and History. Course head: Irena Gross.

Fall, 2016. Preceptor, Center for Human Values 375/Comparative Literature 375: Law’s Stories. Course head: Peter Brooks.

Fall, 2013. Preceptor, Center for Human Values 375/Comparative Literature 375: Law’s Stories. Course head: Peter Brooks.

Fall, 2011. Teaching Assistant, Slavic 381/Theater 381: Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin (Petersburg 1823-31, Moscow 1936, Princeton 2012). Course heads: Caryl Emerson and Timothy Vasen.

Princeton University Prison Teaching Initiative (Rutgers and MCCC)

Fall, 2016. Instructor, Justice Studies 003: Law’s Stories, accredited Rutgers University, Rutgers BA program at Edna Mahan Women’s Correctional Facility in cooperation with Princeton University Center for Human Values.

Fall, 2015. Instructor, English 205: American Literature, AC Wagner Correctional Facility, accredited Mercer County Community College.

Fall, 2014. Instructor, English 024: Preparatory Writing through Journalism, AC Wagner Correctional Facility, accredited Mercer County Community College.

Fall, 2013. Instructor, English 024: Preparatory Writing through Journalism, AC Wagner Correctional Facility, accredited Mercer County Community College.

Spring, 2013. Instructor, English 024: Preparatory Writing through Journalism, AC Wagner Correctional Facility, accredited Mercer County Community College.

Fall, 2012. Instructor, English 024: Preparatory Writing, AC Wagner Correctional Facility, accredited Mercer County Community College.

Spring, 2012. Instructor, English 101: Composition, Garden State Correctional Facility, accredited Mercer County Community College.

Fall, 2011. Instructor, English 101: Composition, Garden State Correctional Facility, accredited Mercer County Community College.