Featured below are courses I have taught in the past. These include courses on contemporary theory in anthropology, anthropology of food, applied anthropology, ethnographic methods, qualitative data analysis, psychological anthropology, anthropology of development, and introductions to cultural anthropology. These syllabuses are publically available, while course materials are no longer available.

Contemporary Theory in Anthropology

I taught Anth 4150-Contemporary Theory and Debates at Utah Valley University during the Spring 2018 semester.

Anthropology of Food

I taught Anth 3200-Anthropology of Food at Utah Valley University during the Spring 2018 semester.

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

I have taught Anth 101G Introduction to Cultural Anthropology at Utah Valley University during the Spring 2018 and Fall 2016 semesters.

Applied Anthropology

I taught Anthr 447-Applied Anthropology at Brigham Young University during the Winter 2018 semester.

Ethnographic Methods

I have taught Anth 3850-Ethnographic Methods twice at Utah Valley University during the Fall 2017 and Fall 2016 semesters.

Psychological Anthropology

I taught Anth 3700-Psychological Anthropology at Utah Valley University during the Fall 2017 semester.

Ethnographic Data Analysis

I taught Anthr 443-Ethnographic Data Analysis at Brigham Young University during the Fall 2017 semester.

Religion and Development in Southeast Asia

I taught Anthr-495R-Ethnographic Field Project (Religion and Development in Southeast Asia) during the 2017 BYU summer field school in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Anthropology of Development

I taught Anthropology of Development at Brigham Young University during the Winter 2017 semester.

Foundations of Anthropological Theory

I taught Foundations of Anthropological Theory (Anthr 202) at Brigham Young University during the Winter 2017 semester.

Development and Rural Societies

I taught Anth 3300-Development and Rural Societies at Utah Valley University during the Fall 2016 semster.