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)