From banal routines to big decisions, perspectives guide every aspect of our lives. Whether in classrooms, at the grocery store, or on our commute to work, we are constantly processing facts, ideas, statements, and opinions of our own and that of others. These habits seep into the ways we see ourselves and the world, eventually framing the state of our individual and social mindsets. For this reason, cultivating students’ ability to critically evaluate and understand different viewpoints and raising awareness of unseen and unspoken biases stand at the crux of my teaching.

I have taught various undergraduate and graduate courses at:

Freie Universität Berlin (MA in Global History)

University of Cambridge (BA in History)

King’s College London (BA in History)