Teaching

I'm an accredited Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and currently teach in the Theatre and Performance Studies department at the University of Warwick. I've led seminars and modules across all undergraduate levels - here's some of the most recent:

Lead tutor - Inter-Performance

Second-year undergraduate core module (2020 - present)

  • A year-long exploration of the interdisciplinary nature of theatre and performance studies, examining how artistic practice shapes and is shaped by numerous fields of contemporary social, cultural and technological activity

  • I design and teach weekly seminars, as well as grade group devised performances

  • Having redesigned this module to reflect my own research areas, topics this year include theatre and transhumanism, theatre and ethics, theatre and the online self, and theatre and the climate crisis

Associate tutor - Theatre and Performance in Context

First-year undergraduate core module (2019 - present)

  • A year-long introduction to the key concepts, thinkers and practitioners that shape Theatre and Performance Studies

  • I design and teach weekly seminars, as well as mark essays and grade presentations and deliver specific lectures

  • Topics this year have included gender studies, the role of the audience, race and performance, theatre and technology, theatre and class, ritual performance, postmodernism, and amateur dramatics

Guest tutor - Theatre and National Identities

Final-year undergraduate optional module (2020)

  • A term-long module explore how British theatre reflects, responds to and influences concepts of nationhood

  • I designed and taught a seminar exploring British Asian experiences, as depicted in Tajinder Singh Hayer's North Country (2016) and Lung Theatre's Trojan Horse (2018)