Curator | Writer | Educator
Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (2016-2020)
MArch Architecture: Tutor for Advanced Architectural Thesis module.
Tate Modern (2009-2020)
Critical Pedagogy in Contested Space: short course (January-March 2020), co-taught with Jennifer Shearman. Guest speakers: Phoebe Davies, Bolanle Tajudeen and Richard Phoenix. Organised in collaboration with the Centre for Arts and Learning at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Steve McQueen: the Gallery to the Cinema: four-week course (February-March 2020). Guest speakers: Fiontán Moran, Karen Alexander, Clive Nwonka and Sita Balani.
Hidden: six-week course (March-April 2011). Created and taught with Lucy Scholes. Course outline here.
Projecting Desire: Sex, Psychoanalysis and Cinema: six-week course (June-July 2010), created and taught with Lucy Scholes. Guest speakers: Richard Daniels, Jan Harlan and Katharina Kubrick. Organised in association with the Stanley Kubrick Archive at the University of the Arts London. Course outline here.
King’s College London (2014-2018)
Contested Culture: Formations: core MA module.
Analysing the Cultural and Creative Industries: core MA module.
Film and American Culture: optional MA module.
Towards Tomorrow’s Museum: optional MA module with public participants, organised in collaboration with Tate Modern.
Middlesex University (2011-2012; 2014-2015)
Reading Contemporary Literature: first-year BA course.
Literature in a Media Age: second-year BA course.
Visual Cultures: second-year BA course.
Writing the City: third-year BA course.
Birkbeck, University of London (2009-2011)
Reading Poetry: first-year BA course.
Literary Theory: first-year BA course.
Introduction to Methods in Cultural Study: first-year BA course.
The Photographic: second-year BA course.
Projecting Desire: Sex, Psychoanalysis and Cinema: six-week public course, devised and taught with Lucy Scholes. Supported by the London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange (LCACE), the London Consortium, and the Stanley Kubrick Archive at the University of the Arts London.