Teaching

Syllabi:

Winter 2015_Global Visual Cultures

Fall 2014_Global Iconic Events

Graduate courses

Doctoral seminars:

“First-Year Project Seminar,” University of Michigan, Fall 2016

“Great Books in Media Research,” University of Michigan, Fall 2015

Masters-level courses:

Teaching Assistant, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, to Nicholas Lemann, “Art of the Interview,” Winter 2011.

Teaching Assistant, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, to Nicholas Lemann,  “Evidence and Inference,” Fall 2010.

Teaching Assistant, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, to Stuart Karle, “Media Law,” Fall 2009.

Teaching Assistant, Columbia Graduate School of Journalism, to John Zucker, “Media Law,” Fall 2009.

Undergraduate courses

“Global Iconic Events,” University of Michigan, Fall 2016.

“Global Visual Cultures,” University of Michigan, Fall 2016.

“Media and Globalization,” University of Michigan, Winter 2016.

“Global Visual Cultures,” University of Michigan, Winter 2016.

“Global Iconic Events,” University of Michigan, Fall 2015.

“Global Visual Cultures,” University of Michigan, Winter 2015.

“Global Visual Cultures,” University of Michigan, Winter 2015.

“Global Iconic Events,” University of Michigan, Fall 2014.

“Global Iconic Events,” University of Michigan, Fall 2014.

“Media Events in a Globalizing World,” University of Michigan, Fall 2013.

“Global Visual Cultures,” University of Michigan, Fall 2013.

Adjunct Faculty, “Icons and Contemporary Societies,” Freie Universität Berlin, Spring 2012.

Junior Professor, Department of Communication in the Institute of Art Theory and Media Research, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Bachelor-level courses,   September 2004 – September 2006.

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