Teaching

My academic career has always closely associated research and teaching. I have taught undergraduate students from a diverse range of backgrounds, and on three different continents. In particular, I have taught at the Universities of British Columbia and Queensland, and most recently at Cambridge. My specialities include world history, the history of Early Modern Europe, and the history of science. Some courses I have taught include:

“‘Islands and Beaches’: The Pacific and Indian Oceans in the long nineteenth century,” University of Cambridge, Supervisor/Class Instructor

“Historical Argument and Practice: Global and Transnational History,” University of Cambridge, Class Instructor

“Historical Argument and Practice: Empire,” University of Cambridge, Class Instructor

“Medieval/Early Modern World,” University of Queensland, Relief Lecturer and Tutor

“History, Sound & Image,” University of Queensland, Relief Lecturer

“Witchcraft & Demonology,” University of Queensland, Course Tutor/Marker

“History of India,” University of British Columbia, Teaching Assistant

“Science and Society,” University of British Columbia, Teaching Assistant

“World History 1500-1900,” University of British Columbia, Teaching Assistant