I teach a variety of courses on the history of the human sciences. At the undergraduate level I teach History of Psychology and “Abnormal” Psychology. At the graduate level I teach in both the Historical, Theoretical, & Critical Studies of Psychology and the Science & Technology Studies graduate programs. Recent graduate seminars have included Gender and the Human Sciences and Historical and Theoretical Foundations of Psychology.
With my research team I have developed a number of teaching resources for both History of Psychology and the Psychology of Women and Gender courses. Many of these can be found on the Teaching Resources section of the Psychology’s Feminist Voices multimedia digital archive. I also explore how to infuse more diversity into course content for the history of psychology here.
In addition to classroom teaching, I supervise undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of independent research projects. I run a research collective that meets bi-weekly throughout the academic year to work on collaborative research and offer peer mentoring and professional development. We attend conferences and workshops together and plan events. I am always on the lookout for promising graduate students. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.