Environmental Injustice

(with Kim Fortun). Environmental Injustice is a lower-division undergraduate course offered by the Department of Anthropology at the University of California Irvine. Students in this course do research to produce case studies of environmental injustice in diverse communities across California. Course Website .

Archving for the Anthropocene

In this course, students learn about the data and knowledge infrastructures needed to respond to the Anthropocene, including environmental right-to-know databases, community archives, museums and other cultural institutions. Course Website .

Projects in Analysis in Social Computing

(with Geoffrey C. Bowker | Roderic Crooks | Matthew Bietz). As a teaching assistant, I supported students in the design of short ethnographic projects that explore the role of computers in social situations, from food trucks to K–12 classrooms. Key methods are participant observation, document analysis, and developing prototypes of design interventions.