Teaching

I am committed to the practice of innovative pedagogy through the integration of theoretical and methodological approaches in fields that cross disciplinary boundaries, including Anthropology, Education, and Latin@ Studies. I have developed and conducted theory-oriented seminars, methodological workshops, and applied research practica in which I have connected students with community partners. My approach to teaching reflects a deep investment in community engagement as a transformative pedagogical tool. I seek to disrupt strict dichotomies between teacher and student by anchoring my courses in the development of community-based responses to the contemporary challenges with which they are faced.

Graduate Seminars

Semiotics of Embodiment (Spring 2015)

Theory and Method in Linguistic Anthropology (Spring 2014, Spring 2012)

Ethnolinguistic Formations (Spring 2013)

Undergraduate Courses

Latin@s and Languages (Spring 2015, Spring 2009)

Social Media, Digital Technology, and Communicative (Trans)Formations (Spring 2015)

Language, Communication, and Culture (Fall 2014, Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011)

Latin@s and Education (Fall 2014, Fall 2010)

Introduction to Latin@ Studies (Spring 2014, Spring 2012, Winter 2009)

Urban Ethnography (Spring 2011)

Language as Culture in American Society (Spring 2011; Course Blog)

Schools and Society (Fall 2008, Spring 2008, Fall 2007, Spring 2007)

Race and Ethnic Relations (Spring 2008)