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Teaching Positions

ongoing University of Cambridge, occasional lecturer and supervisor in Art History, Social Anthropology and the History of Science. Currently lecturing M.Phil course on “Word and Image”. Supervising BA, M.Phils and PhDs students in Art History, Social Anthropology, and History of Science since 2010. Small group teaching in the museum and at the Pembroke College Social Sciences seminars. PhD workshops in the History and Philosophy of Science department.
2012-14 Global Environments Summer Academy, The Rachel Carson Center, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and Center of Environment in the University of Bern. Design and teach three-week courses for international group of 20 on issues related to the environment. This year I produced and film of a puppet theatre together with my students, using a residency I held at the Zentrum Paul Klee and ROHLING artists studio, Bern.
2009-11 Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Lecturer for courses in “Race and Gender in Display”; “Textile as (post)colonial strategy”; “Fieldwork and Research”; “Vienna Zocalo”. Developed syllabi for and taught these topics as seminars, lecture courses, and a class research trip to Mexico for 20 MFA students.
2010 Technical University, Berlin, Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter: “Bildende Kunst und Architektur” 1st Year taught and contributed to design of core survey for 250 students. “Post-traumatic Urbanism: Berlin” Masters elective seminar of my design for 20 students from different disciplines.
2008 University of Virginia, Lecturer in Anthropology: “The Anthropology of Australian Aboriginal Art”. Co-taught lecture course and class trip to fieldwork in Central Desert Australia with Prof. Margo Smith, to 18 undergraduates.
2007 Harvard University, Cambridge, head section and teaching fellow for the Undergraduate program in the History of Art and Architecture: “Monuments of World Art and Architecture”. Oversaw the teaching of six other teaching assistants for a class with over 360 students and conducted four sections. Prepared class assignments and some course examinations. Lectured on the politics of museum display.
2005–06 Harvard Graduate School of Design, teaching and research assistant in Landscape Design History for Prof. Dorothee Imbert, organized and presented course material in seminars to 20 Master of Landscape Design and History students.