University of Wisconsin–Madison


In my teaching, I strive to train students to critically evaluate research and to expose them to a broad range of perspectives, including those from historically marginalized groups.

At Wisconsin, I independently lectured the undergraduate course, “Marriage and the Family,” in Summer 2017. This entry-level class was open to all students and covered topics including historical trends in family formation patterns, the changing meanings of marriage and the family, and the relationship between families and various forms of inequality. Click here for my syllabus.