Teaching

I am currently teaching in the following undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Wageningen University :

Bachelor in International Development
SDC-30306: Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives on Development (course coordinator)

Bachelor Minor in Freedom from Hunger
SDC-51806: Food Crises: The Big Picture

Masters in International Development
SDC-30306: Sociological and Anthropological Perspectives on Development (course coordinator)
SDC-32806: Sociology in Development: Towards a Critical Perspective (course coordinator)
SDC-32306: Anthropology and Development
CPT-36806: Critical Reflection on Research in Development Practice

In the past, I have also independently designed and taught third and fourth-year undergraduate courses at the University of British Columbia:
ANTH313: Anthropology of Gender
ANTH407: Ethnographic Methods: Acquiring Research Skills

and at Concordia University:
ANTH398: Special Topics in Anthropology: Peace and Violence

I actively work with and contribute to pedagogical initiatives. After completing a 25-hour seminar on teaching and learning in higher education at Concordia, I twice served as facilitator and teaching assistant for three similar seminars. I also worked as research assistant for various projects related to the scholarship of teaching and learning in higher education and co-organized an international workshop-style symposium on assessment practices.

You can read my contribution to an ongoing debate about the role of ESL students in internationalizing higher education here: http://www.universityaffairs.ca/opinion/in-my-opinion/an-esl-students-perspective-on-internationalizing-the-canadian-campus/