Courses:

2015 (Present): DIA Guide at DIA:Beacon. Researching the collection and preparing public tours based on individual scholarly interests.


Spring 2014: Who are you With?: The Discrete Histories of Photography and Social Media.  A six-week course taught in the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. Read more.


Winter 2014: Instructor, Governing Bodies: Photography in the Middle East, Art History Department, Binghamton University (200 level undergraduate course).


Fall 2013: Instructor, teaching assistant, Visual Culture, art history department, Binghamton University (100 level undergraduate course).


Spring 2013: Instructor, #Photography and #SocialMedia: From Cartes-de-Visite to Instagr.am, art history department, Binghamton University (200 level undergraduate course).


Fall 2012: Teaching assistant, Histories of Photographies. Prof. John Tagg, art history department, Binghamton University (200 level undergraduate course).


Spring 2012: Teaching assistant, Art Since 1945. Prof. Kevin Hatch, art history department, Binghamton University (200 level undergraduate course).
Guest Lecture: “Photographic Practices and the Photobook,” April 19, 2012.


Fall 2011: Teaching assistant, Gilded Pages, Islamic World. Prof. Nancy Um, art history department, Binghamton University (200 level undergraduate course).


2009: Founder and instructor, The Salon, study groups dedicated to art history.
Intimate study groups, which emphasizes open debate. The groups consist of women from all walks of life, brought together by a desire to better their understanding of art. Read an interview with us here (Hebrew).