TEACHING

GRADUATE TEACHING

  • CMCT 6114 / SPTH 6626 / SOCI 6132 3.0: Communication, Culture and the City Yorku/Ryerson University, W 2016

  • CMCT 6000 / CC 8900 3.0: Core Issues in Cultural Studies YorkU/Ryerson University, W 2013

  • HUMA 5100 6.0: Core Practices and Methodologies in Humanities Research YorkU, FW 2012-13, FW 2014-15

  • CMCT 6100M: Theoretical Approaches to Media and Culture YorkU, W 2011, W 2014, F 2014

  • Critical Methodologies for Interdisciplinary Cultural Research (Faculty Exchange Teaching) University of Helsinki, 9-19 May 2011

  • HUMA 6001: Humanities Graduate Seminar YorkU, FW 2010-11, FW 2011-12

  • HUMA6130: Critical Methodologies for Humanities Research YorkU, F 2008, W 2010, W 2011, F 2011

  • Research Colloquium for MPhil and PhD Research Postgraduate Students LU, F 2001– S 2006

  • CUS 505 – Methods in Cultural Research (MA level; 2 units and grading) LU, S 2005, S 2006

  • Hong Kong Inter-university Postgraduate Seminar – Globalizations: A Challenge for Asian Cultural Studies” (MPhil/PhD level) F 2002–S 2004

  • Cultural Studies and Area Studies (MA level) UVienna, S 2001

  • HIST 615 – Urban Development and its Representation: A Comparison Between City Planning and City Building in Vienna and Berlin UofA, W 2001

  • HIST 605 – The History of Religion and Culture (taught concurrently by WebCT and videoconferencing at UVienna) UofA, F 2000

  • Cultural Studies and Cultural History (MA level) UVienna, S 2000

  • HIST 605 – Cultural Theory/Studies and the Discourses of Postmodernism UofA, F 1999

  • City Planning and City Building in a Historical Perspective UVienna, S 1999

  • HIST 615 – Formations of Identity Beyond the National UofA, W 1999

  • Cultural Studies and Cultural History UVienna, F 1998

  • 1968 and Its Consequences (including field trip to Berlin and Prague) UVienna, S 1998

  • The Influence of Cultural Studies on Kulturgeschichte UVienna, S 1997

  • The Experience and Representation of Nature in History (including field trip to Salzburg and Salzkammergut) UVienna, S 1997

  • The Image of Histories and the History of Images (including field trip to the Mühlviertel) UVienna, S 1996

  • Cultural History, Geistesgeschichte and the History of Mentalities: The Contribution of Cultural Anthropology UVienna, F 1995

  • Language and Language Use in History UVienna, S 1995

  • Cultural History, Geistesgeschichte and the History of Mentalities: The Linguistic Turn, Poststructuralism and Deconstruction UVienna, F 1994

  • The Coming of the Book and the History of Print UVienna, S 1994

  • History between the Social Sciences and Deconstruction UVienna, F 1993

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

  • HUMA 3605 6.0 – Imagining the European City in Literature and Film YorkU, FW 2007/08, FW 2008/09, FW 2010/11

  • GER/HUMA 3601 3.0 – Vienna in the Early 20th Century: Literature, Art, Culture and Politics YorkU, W 2007

  • HUMA 2195 9.0 – Defining Europe: An Introduction to European Studies YorkU, FW 2006/07, FW 2007/08, FW 2008/09, FW 2010/11, FW 2011/2012

  • CUS 115 – Methodologies in Cultural Research LU, S 2005, S 2006

  • CUS 218 – Urban Cultural Theory S 2004, S 2005

  • CRE 101 – Culture, Media, Creativity LU, S 2003, S 2004, F 2005, S 2006

  • CUS 103 – An Introduction to Cultural Analysis LU, S 2003

  • CUS 211 – Cultural and Historical Writing LU, S 2002, F 2002, F 2003, F 2005

  • CUS 216 – Readings in Cultural Studies LU, F 2001, S 2003, F 2003

  • CUS 111 – An Introduction to Western Civilization LU, F 2001, S 2002, F 2002, S 2004

  • Popular Culture, Mass Culture, Folk Culture: Theories of the Popular in History UVienna, F 1997

  • Vienna 1900: Culture and Society AHA, F 1995

  • A History of the Habsburg Lands Duke University, Vienna Campus, F 1995

  • Culture and Society in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1815‑1848 AHA, S 1994, S 1995, S 1997, S 1998

  • Fin‑de‑Siècle Vienna AHA, F 1993, F 1994, F 1996, F 1997

  • European History 1815-Present AHA, F 1991–S 1993

F=Fall Semester; W=Winter Semester; S=Spring Semester; LU=Lingnan University; AHA=Vienna Campus/University of Oregon

  • TA Foundations Seminar presentation: “Pedagogy, Visualized: The Role of Technology in the Brick and Mortar Classroom.” 24 February 2015.

  • Participation in the AIF eLearning Project for Health and & LA&P (FW12-13)

  • Award of Teaching Development Grant, Teaching Development Committee, Lingnan University): Organisation of a seminar for the Teaching and Learning Centre on “Do we need classrooms any longer? The importance of face-to-face interaction in undergraduate teaching”, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, 17 May 2006.

  • Facilitator, Seminar on “Implications of the 3+3+4 System for Lingnan University”, Teaching and Learning Centre, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, 23 November 2004.

  • Participant, off-campus credit program “World History” at Slave Lake and Grouard, University of Alberta (F 1999, instruction by video-conferencing and reserve visits; course instructor: Andrew Gow).