Yale Center for Teaching and Learning

2022-2023 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, 2023

The Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce the 2022-2023 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.




Spencer Small and Marijeta Bozovic

Russian/Film & Media Studies/Slavic Studies

War Games

Allison Chu and Gundula Kreuzer


American Opera Today: Explorations of a Burgeoning Industry

Josefine Klingspor and Robin Dembroff


The Philosophy of Disability

Constanza Barchiesi and Jane Tylus


Dangerous Women: Sirens, Sibyls, Poets, and Singers from Sappho through Elena Ferrante

Isaac Jean-Francois and Jacqueline Jung

African-American Studies, American Studies, History of Art

Bodies, Senses, Representations: Medieval and Black Studies in Conversation

Katherine Daiy and Claudia Valeggia


Anthropology of Fat: Biology, Evolution, and Society

Lorenz Hegel and Moria Fradinger

Comparative Literature and Film & Media Studies

Radical Cinemas in the Global Sixties

Manon Gaudet and Edward Cooke

History of Art

Making, Picturing, and Marking Space: American Art and Material Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century

Jade Conlee and Brian Kane


Latin Jazz and Pacific Pop

Joy Wang and Guilia Oskian

Political Science

Theorizing Empire

Caitlin Hubbard and Jill Campbell


Global Encounters on the English Stage, 1660-1800

David Froomkin and Ian Shapiro

Political Science

Designing and Reforming Democracy

Ido Ben Harush and Paul North

German/Compartive Literature

Capitalism as Religion

Katherine McNally and Kathryn Dudley


Inequality and the Anthropocene: Thinking the Unthinkable

Will Johnson and Joran Booth

Mechanical Engineering

Intermediate Mechanical Design

Ziming Liu and Egbert Bakker


Party Like an Athenian: Art, Text, and Culture of the Greek Symposium

Nathalie Miraval and Cecile Fromont

History of Art

Making Monsters in the Atlantic World

Benjamin Kaplow and Jonathan Wyrtzen


The State and Its Environment

hallie voulgaris and Jessica Peritz


Music & Myth in Heavy Metal

Beshouy Botros and Alan Mikhail


An Arabic Atlantic and Middle Eastern Americas, 1492-1887