My teaching is animated by the goal of orienting students to the politics of media production and consumption by querying these phenomena both self-reflexively and comparatively.  Accordingly, I design courses that illuminate the layered and often unpredictable consequences of various practices of seeing, watching, and creating.

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Cultures of Surveillance

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Ways of Looking

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Media, Communication, and Globalization

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History and Theory of Imaging and Digital Arts