Teaching

Graduate Courses: The Graduate Center, The City University of New York

Roman and Late Antique Material Culture 

CLAS 74300: Topics in Roman Art and Archeology: Roman Architecture, Spring 2015

CLAS 74300: Topics in Roman Art and Archeology: the City of Rome: Archaeology, History and Topography of the Ancient City, Fall 2013

CLAS 74100: Art and Archaeology of the Greco-Roman Near East and Egypt, Spring 2013

CLAS 74300: Topics in Roman Art and Archeology: Pompeii and Herculaneum, Fall 2011

Material Culture of the Islamic World

MES 73000: Early Islamic Art and Architecture, Fall 2015

MES 73000: Islamic Art and Architecture, Spring 2014

MES 73000: Islamic Architecture, Spring 2012

Archaeology

MALS 74500: Great Digs: Important Sites of the Classical, Late Antique and Islamic Worlds, Fall 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016

The Architecture of New York 

MALS 70000: Introduction to Graduate Liberal Studies (subtitle: Becoming Lewis Mumford: Studying, Analyzing and Writing About the Architecture of New York City), Spring 2013, 2016

MALS 70100: Narratives of New York: The History and Archaeology of the Classical World in New York City, Spring 2012, Spring 2017

Undergraduate Courses (2006-2011)

Pompeii and Herculaneum, Lecture Course, Royal Holloway, University of London, Spring 2008

Roman Art, Lecture Course, Royal Holloway, University of London, Spring 2008

Greek and Roman Architecture, Greek Art, Roman Art, Tutor for External Classics BA Degree, Royal Holloway, University of London, 2008-2011

Roman Art, Roman Architecture and Cities and Settlement courses, Tutor, University of Oxford, 2006-2009

Classical Art in Context, Department of Classics, Teacher, The University of Nottingham, 2007