SELECTED COURSES TAUGHT:

 

GRADUATE SEMINARS:

Censored! (English 725)

Auditory Cultures and Sound Studies (English 725)

Ethnicity and Sexuality (English 725)

Illness Narratives (English 606A)

American Culture of Sexuality (English 725)

The Unpopular and the Non-Canonical (English 725)

Embodied Aesthetics (English 625)

Introduction to Graduate Study (English 600)

Teaching Internship (English 796)

 

UPPER-DIVISION UNDERGRADUATE:

Queer Texts and Contexts (English 550)

LGBT Literature and Culture (English 450)

Bodies and Experiments (Comparative Literature 594; English 525)

Literature of the U.S., 1960–Present (English 525)

Ethnic Literature of the U.S. (English 519)

Sound + Vision (Comparative Literature 595)

Graphic Narratives of Difference (English 527)

Literature and Film (English 493)

Literary Study (English 308W)

           

LOWER-DIVISION UNDERGRADUATE:

Introduction to Literature (English 220): Gendered, Racial, and Sexed Bodies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

           

[third from right] with my graduate student mentees from one of my 

Teaching Internship (ENGL 796) classes  -- the fabulous Spring 2016 group in this photo

The Alignist, a site exploring the connections between literature and current events, asked me to comment on the role of gay bar culture in literary history in light of the Orlando massacre: 

5 Novels That Show Why Attacks on Gay Clubs Are So Devastating by Beenish Ahmed, June 2016

guest lecture on "Queer Anger in DiMassa's Hothead Paisan"

 

Dr. Clarissa Clo's undergraduate Italian American Culture class [ITAL 426] 

San Diego State University, November 2015

Part 1/3
Part 2/3
Part 3/3

I have cameos in these promo videos for my department,

English & Comparative Literature, San Diego State University

HUMANITIES IN ACTION

SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY, SPRING 2015

M.A. PROGRAM IN ENGLISH
SDSU ENGLISH & COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

[first from left] moderating Pop Culture Professionals: Academics panel

San Diego Comic Fest, Oct. 2014

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SELECTED INSTRUCTIONALLY RELATED EVENTS ORGANIZED:

 

 

ERIKA LOPEZ, SPRING 2014 -- COLLABORATIVE EVENT WITH SDSU DOWNTOWN GALLERY

[VIDEO BY KOTARO NAKAMURA]

 

 

SHEREE ROSE, SPRING 2013 -- COLLABORATION WITH SDSU LIVING WRITERS SERIES

ALICE BAG, FALL 2016 

 

Alice Bag reads from Violence Girl: East L.A. Rage to Hollywood Stage: A Chicana Punk Story

Love Library, San Diego State University, November 2016

Click to read the recap of the event [I'm quoted] --> The Daily Aztec

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