Faculty Member/ Workshop Leader
School of the Art Institute of Chicago. One three-week summer session, 2006.
Designed and taught “Artists and Mental Illness” in the Department of Critical and Visual Studies. [view syllabus]
Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University. Winter sessions, 2000-2001, 2003-2004.
Designed and taught classes on “Alternative Anatomy” and “Inhabiting Authority” in the department of Medical Ethics and Humanities. These classes used strategies of visual arts to teach about doctor-patient interaction and about patient perceptions of medical authority.
University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago. Special Topics Seminar, 2001.
Taught “Alternative Anatomy” to first-year medical students.
Pennsylvania State College of Medicine. Guest presenter at National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute in medical humanities, led by Anne Hunsaker Hawkins and Susan Merrill Squier, 2002.
Workshop on anatomical knowledge and fantasies.
Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center, Chicago. Clinical Pastoral Care Residency Program, 2001.
Workshop leader for one-day session on language and imagery in patient care.
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 2006, 2005. Critical and Visual Studies, Terri Kapsalis.
University of Chicago, 2000. Undergraduate class on Literature and Medicine, John Lantos.
Wellesley College, Massachusetts, 2000. Introduction to Reproductive Issues, Adrienne Asch.
College of the Holy Cross, Massachusetts, 1999. Book Arts, Susan Schmidt.
Pennsylvania State University, 1997. Graduate English course in Feminist Literature, Susan Merrill Squire; Graduate course in Book Arts.
New York Academy of Medicine, New York City, 2001. Reader for Helfand Fellowships in the Humanities.