I teach courses in global and European environmental history, urban history, and historical  GIS at Sciences Po Paris, both in English and French. My teaching interests include also environmental and historical geography, disaster studies, environmental critical theory and water history. I have taught at Lousiana State University, the Institute of Social Ecology and I have been a guest lecturer at LMU Munich, Ohio Wesleyan University, Université de Montréal, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a guest professor at University of Bologna in 2018.

Courses and seminars I currently teach:

  • The Nature of Disaster: A Global Environmental History (course)
  • Introduction to Environmental History (seminar)
  • Introduction to Historical GIS (seminar)
  • Urban Transitions in Historical Perspective (course)

Courses and seminars I have designed and taught in the past:

  • Earth 2.0: The Environmental History of the Modern World (undergraduate, 2016-2019)
  • Anthropocene: Another Global History? (University of Bologna, graduate, 2018)
  • Introduction to Urban History (2016-2018)
  • Environmental History of Water: Questions, Methods, and Sources (2017)
  • Digital Methods in Socioecological Research (2015)
  • Radical Geography (2015)
  • Geography and Environmental History  (2014)