Teaching 

Anthony has extensive teaching experience, having individually and co-instructed several courses in the social sciences that reflect his methodological expertise and substantive areas of research interest. His teaching philosophy is founded upon a commitment to comprehensively analyze sociological phenomena through critical discussions, interactive learning activities, and experiential exercises that situate the value of subject material within the lives, histories, and aspirations of students.

A full list of courses for which Anthony has served in a teaching capacity is provided below.

  • The Social World - Introduction to Sociology (Teaching Fellow, Columbia Sociology, with Prof. Shamus Khan)

  • Organizing Innovation (Teaching Fellow, Columbia Sociology, with Prof. David Stark)

  • Immigration and the Transformation of American Society (Teaching Fellow, Columbia Sociology, with Prof. Van Tran)

  • Global Urbanism (Teaching Fellow, Columbia Sociology. with Prof. Saskia Sassen)

  • Sociology of Work & Gender (Teaching Fellow, Columbia Sociology, with Prof. Teresa Sharpe)

  • Research Seminar for the Social Sciences: Classical Theory & Contemporary Methodology (Instructor, Columbia Summer Research Program, with Francisco Lara-Garcia)

  • Power and Influence in Organizations (Teaching Assistant, Columbia Business School)

  • Columbia Journey Seminar (Instructor, Columbia University Scholars Program)

  • Senior Project Seminar (Instructor, Columbia Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race)

  • Modes of Inquiry (Instructor, Columbia Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, with Dr. Sayantani DasGupta)