Teaching Opportunities

Graduate students have a number of different opportunities to teach at Brandeis:

  1. Teaching Fellowships (for doctoral students) and Course Assistantships (for MA students)
  2. Designing and teaching four-credit University Writing Seminars
  3. Teaching regular undergraduate anthropology courses during the summer session (advanced doctoral students)
  4. University Prize Instructorship
  5. Designing and teaching courses in the Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program, a select-cohort curriculum to expand college access for students facing socioeconomic hardship

Past courses taught by graduate students include: 

  • Archaeology in Politics, Film and Public Culture

  • Catastrophes Across Cultures: The Anthropology of Disasters

  • Children, Parenting and Education in Cross Cultural Perspective

  • Cultural Politics of Heritage

  • Media and Violence: An Anthropological Approach

  • Multispecies Anthropology