I currently convene and teach two modules:

  • Gendering the Life Course is a 12-week core module for first-year undergraduate students. It is an introduction to the study of gender and intersecting inequalities, within the intersecting systems of heteropatriarchy, racial capitalism, and colonialism. 
  • Critical Reading in Advanced Gender Theory is a Masters-level 12-week core module which approaches gender and feminist theory at advanced levels and helps students develop their capacities for critical thinking and become more autonomous as learners. 

I also teach two sessions on core first-year module Themes and Perspectives in Sociology, focused on feminist social and political theory.

A series of five of my undergraduate lectures, entitled Feminism 101, is publicly available and can be downloaded from my blog for colleagues to adapt, use and share. 

I supervise a number of PhD candidates in various areas related to my research interests, including sexual harassment in Saudi hospitals, classed narratives of abortion, and sex work and motherhood in Zambia.