Wired Women: Gender, Cyberspace, and New Information Technology, University of Toronto Mississauga (Summer 2012)
Description: This third year women’s and gender studies class examines girls’ and women’s relationship to new media technologies. Key discussion topics include: how concepts such as community, identity, and agency shape the experience of women and girls online as both producers and consumers of a variety of online content including websites, blogs, virtual worlds, and social networks.
Women and Media Culture, University of Texas at Austin (with Dr. Mary Celeste Kearney, Fall 2011)
Description: This upper division course introduces students to the critical analysis of women and media culture from a feminist cultural studies perspective.
Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin:
RTF 370: Stardom and Celebrity Culture (Fall 2012)
RTF 359: Race, National Identity, and the Media (Fall 2012)
RTF 335 :Race, Class, and Gender in American TV (Fall 2011)
RTF 365: New Media Literacy (Spring 2011)
RTF 359c: Gender and Rock Culture (Spring 2011)
RTF 359: Youth and Social Media (Fall 2010, Spring 2012)
RTF 335: Post-Network TV (Spring 2010)
RTF 359s/WGS 324: Women and Media Culture (Fall 2009)
RTF 305: Introduction to Media Studies (Fall 2009)