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Teaching Experience

Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington

LCCM 273 Digital Oceania: Writing the Pacific (T1 2024)

LCCM 471 Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasion (T2 2023, T1 2024)

COMS 301 Applied Communication Project: LCOM Subject-Specific Advisor (T2 2022, 2023)

LCCM 272 The Art of the Essay (T2 2022, 2023)

LCCM 371 Public Writing, (T1 2022, 2023)

Course Coordinator, University of the South Pacific

LT307 Texts and Commodities, Sem. 2 2021

LT108 Introduction to Children's Literature, Sem. 2 2021

Postgraduate Instructor, CU Boulder

Deep Horizons: Making Visible an Unseen Spectrum of Ecological Casualties and Prospects, 2020–2021


Instructor, Northwestern University

Writing Place, Writing Displacement

Teaching Assistant, Northwestern University

Introduction to Asian American Literature

Introduction to Film and its Literatures

English Literary Traditions


Tutor, Massey University

Introduction to Creative Writing (face-to-face and online)

Forensic Linguistics

Language, Discourse, & Power

Academic Writing

Fiction: The Long and Short of It

Grading only:   Introduction to English Studies

Communication in the Sciences

                            Love & Revenge in Shakespeare’s England

                                     Creative Communication

Other Teaching Experience

Volunteer with the American Indian Association of Illinois’s “Native Scholars” program (an afterschool homework program for children aged 8–14), April 2018–June 2020

Volunteer with Northwestern Prison Education Program (NPEP) Book Club & One Book Northwestern at Stateville Correctional Center, Jan.–June 2019

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