Teaching & TA-ing
I have four years of experience teaching and TA-ing college media studies classes, including courses on film, television, digital media, video games, and graphic novels and comics. Some of the courses I have taught and TA'd at Northwestern University include:
RTVF 325: Film, Media & Gender: Video Games, Gender, and Sexuality
RTVF 341: Technological Innovations - Digital Cinema
RTVF 310: Cultural History of American Television
RTVF 312: History of International Film
RTVF 398: Graphic Novels
RTVF 220: Analyzing Media Texts (Film Analysis)
RTVF 230: Media Contexts (Cultural Theory)
History, Failure, and Fragmentation in Video Games
The History of Queer and Trans Video Games and Glitch Art
Queer of Color Game Design and Game Studies
Race, Identity, and Digital Media
Queer and Trans Video Games and the Queer Games Movement
The History of Queer and Trans Television in America
Gender Identity and Queer Asian-American Representation in the Graphic Novel Shortcomings by Adrian Tomine
Trans Representation and Technological Mobility in Tangerine (a film shot entirely using iPhones)
The French Impressionist Film Movement, Focusing on Experimental Films like Ballet Mechanique
I have experience doing editorial work for academic and popular publications.
Academic Editorial Experience
I have been invited to serve as a peer reviewer and editorial board member for five academic journals:
Non-Academic Editorial Experience
I spent four years as a Contributing Editor and Writer for Autostraddle.com, which is "world’s most popular lesbian website, with over one million unique visitors and 3.5 million views per month." It is a trans- and non-binary-friendly website and the 2015 GLAAD Award Winner for Outstanding Website.
As a contributing editor and writer, I regularly wrote editorials, interviews, personal essays, and think-pieces for Autostraddle and participated in editorial and staff writer meetings and with the senior editors.