My teaching interests lie in gender and reproduction, global and transnational sociology, Asia and Asian America, Cold War technopolitics, and science, technology, health, and medicine, as well as social theory and qualitative and historical research methods. As an instructor, I strongly believe that enabling students to link their personal histories with broader social and political contexts is at the heart of an effective education in sociological thinking. Using a variety of teaching strategies, I work with students on achieving four key objectives: developing skills at original sociological analysis, effectively communicating sociological arguments, cultivating a critical sensitivity to diverse learning contexts, and appreciating the relevance of sociological analysis to personal life and multiple career paths.
Sociology of Gender (graduate)
Sociology of Sex and Gender (undergraduate)
Science, Technology, and Society (undergraduate)
Race and Society: A Global Perspective (undergraduate)
Course descriptions and syllabi are available on request.
Teaching Awards and Certifications
Robert F. Winch Award for Outstanding Graduate Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University (2017)
Teaching Certificate, Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching, Northwestern University (2016)
Robert F. Winch Award for Outstanding Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology, Northwestern University (2012)