In the classroom, I lead students to think critically about the ways music both reflects and shapes cultural conditions, and the intersections between musical thought, performance, technologies, and ideologies. I am committed to fostering students’ expertise and original scholarship through student-led seminars and self-directed research, and my courses place a high emphasis on writing as process and craft.

You can read more about my teaching philosophy and my teaching experience and goals, and see samples of my syllabi and evaluations, on the pages found under the drop-down menu or by clicking the links.