Penn Today, “Through the Knight grant, a new vision for public art” (2018)
For Freedoms: “Monument Lab presents Manifest Stations a student exhibition” (2018)
Mural Arts Philadelphia: Bridging Conversations: Paul Farber discusses the In/Out Symposium (2016)
Haverford College: "Cool Classes: Visual Histories of the Civil Rights Movement" (2016)
Haverford College: "Cool Classes: Philadelphia Freedoms: Cultural Landscapes and Civic Ideals" (2016)
Haverford College: "Monument Lab Inspires At City Hall" (2015)
Haverford College: "The Berlin Wall Inspires Paul Farber’s Exhibit And Haverford Teaching" (2014)
Decentered Blog, Haverford College: Student Profile (2014)
Interview Excerpt from New York Times' Learning Network, "Get Ready for College Writing by Learning to Revise" (2014)
University of Pennsylvania – Lecturer, Fine Arts/Urban Studies
Spring 2019 – Civic Studio: School Stories
Spring 2019 – Mapping Philadelphia
Fall 2018 – Civic Studio: Converging Landscapes – Art, Ecology, and History
Fall 2017 – Civic Studio: Public Art and Research Praxis (with Matt Neff)
Fall 2016 – Mapping Philadelphia.
Summer 2016 – Philly Public Art, History, and Space.
Spring 2013 – Immigrant City: Cultural Traces and Virtual Spaces.
Spring 2013 – Directed Independent Study: Critical Readings in Urban Thought.
Fall 2012 – Cultures of Cities: Memory, Monuments, and Urban Space.
Haverford College – Visiting Assistant Professor of History and Writing
Spring 2017 – Introduction to Public History
Spring 2017 – Queer Geopolitics
Fall 2016 – How to Build a Monument
Fall 2016 – Visual Histories of the Civil Rights Movement
Spring 2016 – Philadelphia Freedoms: Cultural Landscapes and Civic Ideals.
Fall 2015 – Transnational Crossings: Representations of the Berlin Wall.
Fall 2013-Spring 2015 – Cultures of Cities: Memory, Monuments, and Urban Space.
Fall 2013-Spring 2015 – Borders, Walls, and Bridges: Cultural Approaches to Divided Cities.
University of Michigan – Primary Instructor, American Culture
Spring 2010 – Histories and Fictions: The Berlin Wall in American History, Literature, and Popular Culture.