KAVITA PHILIP / TEACHING

science / technology / history / theory

 

TEACHING

Courses at UC Irvine

  • Gender and Science
  • Gender and the Politics of Nature
  • Gender, Biology and Environmental Ethics
  • Women's Studies Intro: Reproducing and Resisting Inequality
  • Women's Studies Senior Seminar
  • Gender and the Politics of Information
  • Feminist Readings in/of Political Economy, Cultural Geography, Science Studies (graduate, WS special topics)
  • Feminist Technoscience Studies (graduate, WS special topics)
  • Feminist Knowledge and Social Change (graduate, WS intro)
  • Information, Politics, Resistance (graduate, special topics cross listed in School of Arts, School of Engineering, and Dept. of Informatics)

Prior Teaching Experience

  • 1995 - 2002: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF LITERATURE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE. [COURSES AND CURRICULUM DESIGN IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE; WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY; INFORMATION DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY; ADJUNCT IN EARTH AND ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE]
  • 1989-1995: TEACHING ASSISTANT, CORNELL UNIVERSITY [DEPT OF HISTORY, HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS; WRITING PROGRAM, FRESHMAN WRITING SEMINAR ON RACE, GENDER, AND THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF NATURE; PROGRAM IN BIOLOGY & SOCIETY, INTRO TO BIOLOGY AND SOCIETY]
  • 1985-88: TEACHING ASSISTANT, UNIVERSITY OF IOWA DEPT OF PHYSICS [INTRO TO COLLEGE PHYSICS - LABORATORY; UNDERGRAD TUTOR PHYSICS PROBLEM-SOLVING; GRADER, GRADUATE ELECTROMAGNETISM]