Teaching

My teaching philosophy centres on educating students to think critically in an environment of mutual respect. As a teacher and scholar of digitalisation processes, my goal is to provide a supportive setting where I can guide students towards new perspectives on society and technology, beyond common-sense understandings of the world. I believe, and have seen, what students can achieve — inside and outside of academia — when they are inspired to critically deploy knowledge and skills.

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Courses:

Tilburg University, Lecturer

Networks and Cohesion, Research Master, Department of Sociology (Fall Term 2023)

Foundations of Sociology, Research Master, Department of Sociology (Fall Term 2023)

Pre-Master Research Project, BA Level, Department of Sociology (Spring Term 2023)

University of Cambridge, Lecturer

Subjectivities and Societies, SOC 6, BA Level, Department of Sociology (Michaelmas 2022)

Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis, MPhil and First-year PhD Level, Social Science Research Methods Programme (Michaelmas 2020 and 2021)

University of Potsdam, Lecturer

Introduction to Classical Sociological Theory, Undergraduate Level, Department of Social Sciences (Fall Term 2020 and 2021)

Humboldt-University Berlin, Teaching Assistant

The Sociology of “Good Work”, Master’s Level, Assistant to Professor Jutta Allmendinger (Summer Term 2018)

University of Kiel, Tutor

Introduction to Academic Research, Undergraduate Level, Department of Social Sciences (Fall Term 2015 and 2016)

Tutor Teaching Qualification Programme, University of Kiel, 20 Hours