Dr. Dennis has taught on domestic interiors, sound and materiality, and music. She has co-supervised M.A. dissertations on topics ranging from sixteenth-century attitudes towards bathing, to the material culture of confraternities. Her courses focus on the materials and techniques of making art objects in early modern Italy, and on methodological approaches to the decorative arts and material culture. She teaches the second year Special Period course 'Palaces, Churches and Piazzas: Art and Society in Renaissance Italy'; the final year Art in Context couse 'Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese: Art in Sixteenth-century Venice'; the final year Topic course 'From Decorative Arts to Material Culture' and the MA course 'Art and Interiors'.