Outside the Guggenheim Museum with Baruch College Students, Spring 2011

Current Teaching: Adjunct Lecturer at Parsons The New School for Design & Baruch College; Invited Lecturer at the Frick Collection, New York.

Current Pedagogy Projects: Founder of Art History Teaching Resources website, a peer-populated platform for sharing resources for the art history survey. Convener of Rewald-funded Pedagogy in Art History teaching workshops.

Past: Adjunct Lecturer at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design; Graduate Teaching Fellow in Art History at Baruch College; Museum Educator at the Guggenheim Museum; Undergraduate teaching assistant at New York University and Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Full teaching resume here.

Courses taught:

Design and Violence

States of Design

Survey I Global Art History (syllabus)

Survey II Global Art History (syllabus)

The Art Market (blog) (syllabus)

Nineteenth Century Art & Architecture (blog) (syllabus)

Perspectives in World Art History I (syllabus)

Perspectives in World Art History II

Critical Reading & Writing II (blog)

Objects as History I (thematic art history survey)

Integrative Seminar I (for ESL students)

“Painting, Identity & Modernity” – Frick Collection short course, summer 2013

“What is Art History?” – Frick Collection short course, spring 2014

“Masterpieces from the Scottish National Gallery” – Frick Collection short course, fall 2014

“Reconsidering Boucher” – Frick Collection short course, spring 2015

Courses assisted:

History of Western Architecture

Chinese Contemporary Art (Online)

Understanding Trends in the Art Market (Online)

Museum Education:

Guggenheim Museum Adult Education Staff member 2006-2009; inquiry-led public tour teacher; undergraduate and graduate student tour leader for collection & special exhibitions.

Student Evaluations (here)