I have taught both methods and thematic courses in different undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Amsterdam: the Sociology Bachelor program (Intersectionalities: Class, Race, Gender & Sexuality), the General Social Sciences Bachelor program (Research Lab / Integratiepracticum), and the Research Master’s Social Sciences program (Advanced Multivariate Modeling). I have also given guest lectures in the Research Master’s Social Sciences program (Key Debates in Gender & Sexuality; Body, Gender & Sexuality).

I have also supervised Bachelor’s theses of sociology students working on diverse topics that have to do with work-related inequalities.

My interest in engaging in replication as a pedagogical tool resulted in the publication of an article about teaching replication to graduate students in Teaching Sociology, a peer-reviewed journal for the discipline’s practitioners specializing in conversations related to teaching sociology.