I have taught broadly within teach science, technology, and society (STS), history of technology, environmental history, history of consumption, digital history, and other topics. Umeå University named me a Merited Teacher in April 2016. At University of Stavanger, I currently teach Early Modern European History and the “What is History?” course at the undergraduate level; a section on 3D printing for historians in the “Digital and Multimodal Histories” course and parts of the Environmental History course at the master’s level.

Previously taught
Media, Technology, and Ideas (“Medier, teknik och idéer”), a 7,5 credit introduction to the history of media technologies. Taught online in fall semesters and on campus in spring semesters.

History of Technology (“Teknikens idéhistoria”), a 7,5 credit introduction to the history of technology. Taught online in spring semesters. This course is offered in English from the spring of 2016.

#UMEDH: The theory and practice of historical thinking in the digital age. A Nordic PhD/MA course in digital history, taught fall 2013 (blended) and spring 2016 (online).

Design Fictions and Design Histories, a 6-credit PhD course at Umeå Institute of Design, fall 2013. The course combined design fiction and design history to understand the past, present, and future of technological design.

The Anthropocene: A History of the World. This 7,5 credit course was first offered in the spring of 2015, online and in English. It will run again in the fall of 2016 – see the course site for more information.

I advise MA and PhD students in history of technology and/or environment and digital humanities, among other topics. Feel free to contact me to discuss potential projects.