Teaching in Gordon Square
Chairing a debate on more-than-human memory in Gordon Square, Bloomsbury. 2020

Since 2011 I have contributed to various aspects of teaching on heritage, memory and museums at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL. Main duties have included:

Co-coordinator, Cultural Memory
Over the past four years I have co-organised this week long intensive Masters level course with Beverley Butler. The module investigates memory from a range of theoretical and historical perspectives, including animism, the work of Freud and Jung, wellbeing, and contemporary arts practice. As part of this course I have lectured on photography and memory, hauntology, critical-creative heritage practice, and posthumanism and the Anthropocene.

Co-organiser, Heritage Methods Workshop
Aimed at early stage doctoral researchers, this two day workshop (January 2018) explored critical approaches to methods and methodologies within heritage studies. Organised with Gabriel Moshenska.

Teaching Assistant, Critical Perspectives on Cultural Heritage and Heritage, Globalisation, and Development
During my PhD I acted as Teaching Assistant on these core modules within the Cultural Heritage Studies MA. As well as leading seminars, field trips, and marking, I delivered lectures on the destruction of cultural heritage and the impact of professionalisation on heritage practice globally.

In addition, I have supervised around 15 Masters level dissertations and regularly lead field trips to museums and heritage sites across London.