Teaching

My teaching is driven by two main learning objectives that I support my students to pursue in both the classroom and the field:

  • To think both spatially and historically by recognizing how geography and social, economic, and political processes are co-constitutive and evolve together;
  • To observe analytically, think critically, and question categorizations and assumptions that are often taken for granted.

My teaching is strongly informed by my research expertise and interests as well as my commitment to decentering the production of and diversifying the sources of knowledge.

School of Environment, education and development, The university of Manchester
  • PLAN30081/60041 Urban Theory, Planning Theory & Professional Ethics (module lead, Fall 2019)
  • PLAN40521/60511 Local Economic Development (guest lecturer, Fall 2019)
  • PLAN41022/60712 Urban Regeneration (guest lecturer, Spring 2020)
  • PLAN40712/60832 International Field Trip (Düsseldorf/Ruhr, Spring 2020)
  • Dissertation supervisions (BSc Planning and Real Estate / Master of Planning and Real Estate / Master of Planning)
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham
  • GGM 101 Contemporary Human Geography (section on economic geography, Spring 2017, 2018, and 2019)
  • GGM 105/109 Tutorials (tutor, Spring 2017- Fall 2019; module lead, Fall 2017- Fall 2019)
  • GGM 105/108 Research methods, fieldwork, and data analysis (Rotterdam field course, Fall 2017 and 2018)
  • GGM 225 Cultural and Development Geographies (co-teach semester on cultural geography, Spring 2018 and 2019)
  • GGM 410 Creative Economies and Creative Cities (module lead, Spring 2019)
  • Dissertation supervisions (BA/BSc Geography and Geography/Planning, MSc Research in Human Geography, MSc Urban and Regional Planning, PhD)
Interdisciplinary and Global Studies Division, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • ID 2050 Social Science Research Methods for the Interactive Qualifying Project (Quarter A, 2016)
Graduate School of Geography, Clark University
  • GEOG 052 Global Changes, Regional Challenges (instructor, Fall 2015)
  • GEOG 020 American Cities: Changing Spaces, Community Places (TA, Spring 2012 and 2013)
  • GEOG 258/356 Utopian Visions, Urban Realities: Planning Cities for the 21st Century (TA, Fall 2012)
  • GEOG 172 City Planet: Urban Challenges in a Globalized World (TA, Fall 2011)