Teaching

Stanford University

  1. Instructor, Religious Studies 152, “Buddhism and the Family” (Summer 2021). [draft syllabus]

Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

  1. Six-week workshop on Thai and Khmer manuscripts (co-taught in Thai with Kannikar Vimolkasem and Santi Pakdeekham), Department of Thai, Faculty of Arts (Fall 2019). [sample handout]

University of California, Berkeley

  1. Teaching Assistant/Section Leader (for Penny Edwards), Southeast Asian Studies 10A, “Voices, Places and Traces of Mainland Southeast Asia” (Fall 2015).

  2. Instructor, Buddhist Studies C128, “Buddhism in Contemporary Society” (Summer 2015). [syllabus]

  3. Teaching Assistant/Section Leader (for Alexander von Rospatt), Buddhist Studies C128, “Buddhism in Contemporary Society” (Spring 2015).

  4. Teaching Assistant/Section Leader (for Robert Sharf), Buddhist Studies C50, “Introduction to the Study of Buddhism” (Fall 2014).

  5. Instructor, South and Southeast Asian Studies R5A, “Of Harps and Habits: Buddhism, Gender, and Modernity in the Literature of Myanmar and Vietnam (Fall 2013). [syllabus]

  6. Teaching Assistant/Section Leader (for Robert Sharf), Letters and Science 160D, “Thinking About Not Thinking: Approaches to Buddhist Meditation” (Spring 2013).

Stanford University

  1. Course Co-Leader, Religious Studies 17SI, “Meditation Across Traditions” (Spring 2009)

  2. Section Leader, Education 193A, “Core Peer Counseling Skills” (Winter and Spring 2009)