I teach a number of different courses on race, sexuality, gender, and the history of capitalism in the Departments of Historical Studies and Visual Studies at the University of Toronto and in the Department of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

In my classes, I offer an approach that builds on communications, cultural studies, economics, and visual culture studies. My current courses include an introductory-level lecture on the history of U.S. capitalism; a sophomore-year seminar on visual culture, commerce, and social movements; and a junior-year seminar on post-45 sex, gender, and sexuality in the United States.

I also coordinate an experiential learning class at the University of Toronto, where we bring history majors into community organizations and archives to develop community projects that build on their historical research and writing skills.