My coursework aims to help students critically and ethically examine the complexity of their lives and their world so they can help build strong, flourishing cultures of resilience, coexistence, and resistance to systems of dehumanization and oppression.
- Religion, Global Feminism, and Film: Religion, Global Feminism, and Film syllabus winter 2017-18
- Human Rights: Human Rights syllabus spring 2017
- Existentialism: Existentialism syllabus spring 2015
- Religious Diversity, Conflict, and Coexistence in the United States: Religion in America syllabus winter 2016-17
- Religion and Popular Culture: Religion and Popular Culture syllabus winter 2017-18
- “Framing the Human Situation” (Existentialism): existentialism chart
- “Ways to Prevent / Overcome Egocentric and Sociocentric Thinking” (for Sarajevo TPO Foundation workshops on developing critical thinking and writing curriculum for youth in postwar Bosnia-Herzegovina): Critical Thinking — Against Egocentric and Sociocentric Thinking