My approach is an interdisciplinary one and includes history, anthropology, philosophy, art, and the social sciences. I want students to look beyond the narrow confines of their discipline, or area-studies, to understand events on both a global and a local scale. Whatever subject I teach, I motivate students to engage with topics beyond their assigned readings.
Decolonizing Museums: Provenance research and the politics of restitution
Global Social Problems
Visual/Aural Knowledge Production
Social Movements and the Impact of Technologies
Introduction to Political Argumentation and Debate
Introduction to the Anthropology of Art
The politics of cultural productions in the Middle East
Culture and Communication
I have taught at the University of Vienna, Central European University, Webster University (Vienna Campus), and Charles University Prague.