Following (and deeply intertwined with) my research, my pedagogical practice is extremely multi, trans, and inter-disciplinary.
I teach twentieth and twenty-first century literature and literary theory, video game criticism and media theory, and the history of computing and technoscience studies.
My recent course offerings include 'Corporate Tactics and Game Design,' 'Hyper-Contemporary Fiction,' 'Networks (To) Today,' 'Computation, Culture, and Critique,' 'Critical Digital Studies,' and 'Theories of Media and Technology.' I have recently taught a graduate seminar (in English, Screen Cultures, and History and Philosophy of Science) at Notre Dame titled 'Master's Media: Race, Class, and the Technical Production of Difference' and am co-teaching, with John Behrens, an experimental course on the many lives of generative AI technologies in Fall 2023.
Feel free to get in touch if you want to have a look at the syllabi that are not linked here, or if you have thoughts to share.