Courses

 

At University of Texas at Dallas:

  • “Networked Identities,” Fall 2016
  • “Privacy and the Internet of Things,” Fall 2016, cross-listed with computer science and team taught with Alvaro Cardenas
  • “Health, Disability, and Media,” Spring 2016
  • “Health Care Narratives,” UT-PACT Honors Program, Fall 2015 (for honors pre-med students)
  • “Digital Culture: Surveillance,” EMAC program, graduate seminar, Spring 2015
  • “Introduction to Theories of Emerging Media and Communication,” EMAC program, undergraduate, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016
  • “Introduction to Theories of Emerging Media and Communication,” EMAC program, graduate seminar, Fall 2014 and Fall 2015

At Rice University:

  • “Science in Fiction and Film,” Spring 2014
  • “American Independent Cinema,” English department, Spring 2013 and Spring 2014
  • “Global Media Cultures,” English department, Spring 2013
  • “Literature and Medicine,” English department, Fall 2012 and Fall 2013
  • “Introduction to American Film,” English department, Fall 2012 and Fall 2013
  • “Post-9/11 Literature, Film, and Media,” English department, Spring 2012
  • “Studies in Genre: Zombies!” English department, Fall 2011
  • “Introduction to New Media,” English department, Spring 2011
  • “Science/Fictions,” English department, Fall 2010

At UCLA:

  • “Sex and Sexuality in the Sixties: The Rise of the Women’s and Gay Liberation Movements,” seminar in the year-long Freshman Cluster course “The Sixties,” Spring 2010
  • “The Bioethical Imaginary,” CUTF seminar, English department, cross listed with Disability Studies minor, fulfilled the GE requirement in the Arts and Humanities, Spring 2008
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