“Professor Whitehouse is a great teacher who really didn’t show any biases in a class where it would have been easy to.” – Student evaluation from ANTH 320, “Global Capitalism,” 2017

I am always trying to gain new experience, insight and skills to apply to teaching. This can be a challenge in an institutional setting which often rewards research more than teaching, but I have found opportunities both inside and outside the classroom to develop my pedagogical skills. The Sheridan Center at Brown University and the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning at Lehigh University provided me with hands-on learning and a great deal of wisdom in this regard. You can read more about my teaching philosophy and teaching experience on the following pages:

Courses I teach or have taught at Lehigh include:

  • ANTH 1 Introduction to Anthropology, undergraduate lecture course (Fall 2008, Summer 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2013)
  • ANTH 011 Cultural Diversity & Human Nature, undergraduate lecture course (Spring 2016, Fall 2017)
  • ANTH 104 Contemporary Issues in African Societies, undergraduate seminar (Spring 2009), cross-listed with Africana Studies
  • ANTH 106 Cultural Study and Globalization, undergraduate seminar (Spring 2009, Spring 2010, Summer 2011, Fall 2012, Summer 2013, Fall 2013, Summer 2014, Summer 2015, Fall 2015, Summer 2016), cross-listed with Global Studies
  • ANTH 155 Medical Anthropology, undergraduate seminar (Fall 2009, Spring 2011, Spring 2013, Fall 2016)
  • ANTH 183 Peoples & Cultures of Africa, undergraduate seminar (Fall 2010, Spring 2014), cross-listed with Africana Studies
  • ANTH 320 Global Capitalism, undergraduate seminar (Fall 2010, Spring 2014), cross-listed with Global Studies
  • ANTH 324 Globalization and Development in Africa, undergraduate seminar (Fall 2009, Fall 2012, Spring 2015), cross-listed with Africana Studies and Global Studies
  • ANTH 396 Anthropology of the Muslim World, undergraduate seminar (Spring 2013), cross-listed with Religion Studies
  • SOC 126 Political Economy of Globalization (Spring 2011), cross-listed with Global Studies

To see sample course syllabi, click on the links on the home page or on one of the links below: