I have developed and taught courses on undergraduate level at the Department of English, University of Tartu in Estonia and on undergraduate as well as graduate levels in interdisciplinary gender studies at Linköping University in Sweden, the University of California at Santa Cruz in the USA and the University of Bergen in Norway.
I have supervised and examined BA theses at the University of Tartu in Estonia and 1- and 2-year MA theses in interdisciplinary gender studies at Linköping University in Sweden. I co-supervised Dinara Yangeldina whose PhD thesis in Gender Studies at the University of Bergen explores how Anglophone racial categories and the idiom of ‘race as resistance’ travel through intersectional feminist activism and pop culture (hip-hop). I’m currently the main supervisor of Maria Kapajeva‘s arts-based PhD at the Estonian Academy of Arts.
I am often invited to teach various PhD courses and summer schools internationally, most frequently on postsocialism, visual arts, creative academic writing methodologies and the politics of location.