Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

2021-2022 Associates in Teaching

Yale Poorvu Center works with the GSAS for the Associates in Teaching Program. An image of the GSAS tower with West Rock.
June 30, 2022

The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce the 2021-2022 recipients of the Associates in Teaching award.

The AT program supports GSAS doctoral students as they team-teach Yale College courses with faculty members. Initiated in 2009, this program allows students to conceptualize or redesign, plan, and deliver an undergraduate course in partnership with a Yale faculty member. Evidence from previous years indicates that the program provides expanded teaching opportunities for graduate students, facilitates team teaching between disciplines, and creates pedagogically exciting opportunities for undergraduate student learning and development of new curriculum.

Instructors Department(s) Course Title

Daisuke Nagai and Aritra Ghosh


“Introduction to Scientific Computing & Data Science”

Kenneth Winkler and Bridger Ehli


"Mind in Modern Philosophy"

Ruth Bernard Yeazell and Colton Valentine


"The Victorian Problem Novel"

Richard Burger and Corey Herrmann


"The Green Hell and the Mother Serpent: Amazonian Archaeology, Ethnography, and Politics"

Tyler Pratt and Dana Stuster

Political Science

"Networks in International Relations"

Stephen Darwall and Moya Mapps


"Critical Perspective on the Canon"

Paul North and Netta Sovinsky


“How Poetry Can Change the World”

Joanna Fiduccia and Patricia Ekpo

History of Art

"Sculpture and the Human in the 20th Century?"

Emily Thornbury and Seamus Dwyer


"Laboring through the Middle Ages"

Jinyi Chu and Valeriia Mutc


“Science and Literature in Russia”

Claudia Valeggia and Victoria Harries


"Birth: Intersections between Biology, Culture, and Society"

Katerina Clark and Mina Magda


“Modernist Paris and Moscow”

Rüdiger Campe and Shira Miron


"I and Thou: Dialogue and Miscommunication in Theory and Literature"

Lindsay Wright and Áine Palmer


“Transatlantic Ireland: Race, Place, and Global Popular Music”

Emily Sellars and Daniel Hirschel-Burns

Political Science

“The State, Conflict, and Political Order”