Teaching

My teaching was awarded the Dean’s Teaching Fellowship and the Teaching Prize in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Program at Johns Hopkins University:

  • Colonialism, Revolutions, and Global Capitalism: Feminist Inquiries from Asian Perspectives

This course was recently praised by a former student as it particularly influenced her view of gender politics and international development in Asia:

“This course particular provided me with a solid foundation in this region, and in graduate school I find myself frequently referring to the syllabus from this course to enrich my current course of study.”

  • Family, Gender, and Sexuality in China”  
  • Issues in International Development

Courses I’m currently offering at Puget Sound are:

  • Colonialism, Revolution, and Global Capitalism: A Feminist Inquiry
  • The Political Economy of Gender and Sexuality in China
  • Asia in Motion (the capstone course for Asian Studies)
  • Senior Thesis Seminar for IPE Students