teaching

As a teacher both within traditional academic settings and outside of university boundaries, I believe that students are not simply “conduits” but embodied agents. In the digital age, constructionist learning—learning through creating—can be applied to all disciplines and in all learning settings to encourage “embodied” learning.

Selected Course Websites

“Art, Activism, Popular Culture,” at University of Oregon, Winter 2016

Art/Act:

https://blogs.uoregon.edu/zine/

“Race, Robots, and the Inhuman” at UC Berkeley
Spring, 2014
http://racerobotsinhuman.weebly.com/syllabus.html

“The Unhuman: Magic, Science, and Technology in Ethnic American Literature” 
Summer, 2013
http://theunhumansummer.weebly.com/

“On Food & Love” Asian American r2b at UC Berkeley
Fall, 2012 
http://asianampoetry.tumblr.com/

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