Folks, I teach a lot. Listed below are all the courses I have designed and taught at the University level. While I have taught lots of things outside of my area of expertise to support specific program and university needs, my primary areas of teaching are qualitative and arts-based research methods, art pedagogy, and the anthropology of childhood. My teaching approach centers principles of equity and inclusion, and employs radical practices of care toward disrupting and decolonizing the academy. I practice ungrading to the greatest extent possible.


Creative Research in Child and Family 

Arts-based Research Methods for Early Childhood

The Subversive Classroom 

Creative NonFiction Writing and Drawing (Honors)

Seminar in Creative Research Methodologies (Honors)

Gender(s) and Childhoods  

Foundations of Education 

Childhood as Cultural Artifact 

Comic Books and Graphic Novels 

Creative Fiction Writing

Privilege and Oppression in Contemporary U.S. Society 

Theory and Practice of Education

Principles of Conflict Resolution

Education and Practice


Doctoral Seminar in Social Psychology 

Advanced Arts Based Research Methodologies

Arts-Based Research in Child and Family Studies

Ethnographic Research Methods 

Arts Based Research Methods 

Controversial Issues in Early Childhood

Research in Teacher Education 

Creative Writing 

Research in Child and Family Studies 

Childhood and Trauma

Anthropology of Childhood

Qualitative Data Analysis 

Qualitative Research Methods

The School as a Workplace

Advanced Integrated Methods for Elementary and Early Childhood

Seminar on Gender and Childhood

Processes in Writing

Sociology of Education