University of Manchester, School of Arts, Languages and Cultures

Visualising Information: Uses and Abuses of Data
Introduction to the Digital Humanities
Spatial History: Mapping the Past
Digital Tools for the Humanities
Capitalism in Historical Perspective
Historical Research I
Wonders, Miracles, and Supernatural Landscapes in Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Reading the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Palaeography, Codicology, and Source Analysis

Stanford University, Department of History

History of Fear, Spring 2019
Reimagining History. New Approaches to the Past (with J.P. Daughton), Spring 2018
Digital Humanities. Concepts, Tools, Problems, Spring 2018
Spatial History. Concepts, Methods, Problems, Spring 2017
Renaissance to Revolution. Early Modern Europe, Spring 2017

Stanford University, Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis

Co-director of the Digital Humanities Graduate Fellowship Program (with Georgia Henley), 2017/2018

Free University of Berlin, Department of History

Freiheit und Leibeigenschaft in der Frühen Neuzeit [Liberty and Serfdom in Early Modernity], Spring 2016
Staatlichkeit und Bewegungsfreiheit in der Frühen Neuzeit [Freedom of Movement and the State in Early Modernity], Sping 2016

European University Institute, Department of History

In the Archives: Research Strategies and Palaeography, Winter 2015/16