Receiving the UBC Killam Teaching Prize

I teach courses on reproductive politics and technologies, sexuality studies, science studies, and cultural studies. I also have experience team-teaching across multiple disciplines and creating community-based experiential learning opportunities. My teaching has received consistently high reviews from students and strong evaluations from peers, and in 2017 I was awarded the prestigious UBC Killam Teaching Prize.

I am available to supervise students through UBC Okanagan’s Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies program in the Power, Conflict and Ideas stream. Currently I am supervising students studying sterilization in BC, and body politics in reproductive justice movements. I am open to supervising future students whose projects align with my fields of expertise. Please get in touch if you’d like to chat about your work.

Current courses (2022-2023)


Gender, Race, Sexuality and Power I: An Introduction

Politics of Reproduction


Power and Ideas: Biopower

Previous Courses

Graduate Studies Professionalization Seminar

Trans (Gender) Feminisms

Feminist Epistemologies: Gender, Science and Knowledge

Critical Sexuality Studies

Gender and Popular Culture

Gender, Race, Sexuality and Power II: Everyday Life

The Future is Now: Feminist and Queer Theories of Reproduction