I am a critical pedagogue who employs de-colonial and multimodal methodologies. My courses attend to the inner workings of capitalism, emphasize field based methodologies, and cultivate curiosity. I believe that students should get exposure to fieldwork early, feeling the tensions inherent to ethnography, while also becoming aware of the systemic inequities that are at the foundation of 21st Century life.


Colgate University, Instructor of Record

Global Racialization, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Spring 2020)

Media Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Fall 2019)

Globalization and Culture, Department of Sociology and Anthropology (Fall 2019)

Hamilton College, Instructor of Record

Visual and Media Anthropology, Department of Anthropology (Spring 2019)

Globalization and the City: An Anthropological Interrogation, Department of Anthropology (Fall 2017, 2018)

Curiosity: An Ethnographic Approach, Department of Anthropology and Education Studies (Spring 2018)


University of Pennsylvania, Instructor of Record

Social Change through Participatory Filmmaking, School of Social Policy and Practice (Fall 2015)

Globalization and the City, Urban Studies and Sociology Department (Fall 2016, 2015, 2014)

Urban Ethnography, Department of Anthropology and Annenberg School of Communication (Summer 2015)


Azim Premji University, Bangalore, India, Instructor of Record

Sociology of Education, Department of Education (Fall 2013 – Spring 2014)