The art object and its historical, social, and technological conditions are at the center of my teaching.
I believe that object-based inquiry can be a generative method for thinking about cultural and historical conditions more broadly. My approach is informed by my training in philosophy and theory and steeped in my trans-disciplinary liberal arts background.
As instructor of record, I have taught survey through upper-level courses at Wesleyan University, Yale University, and most recently in the Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art.
Topics have included postwar art, media, and space; contemporary art; modernity in America; and feeling, affect, and sensation in art.