MA teaching: Project supervision of fashion and textiles MA Design Innovation pathway students. Marketing strategy, corporate strategy and industry analysis in MADE 5002 Marketing for the Creative Entrepreneur; material culture theory, semiotics, virtuality, craft, identity and taste in MADI 5103 Design Cultures: Theories and Approaches; introduction to sustainable design and inclusive design in MADI 5401/4 Creative Design Studio; research methodology workshops for design students on MADI 5700 Research Methodology; creative workshops in MADI 5403 Action Research Laboratory; product, corporate and system sustainability in MADI 5205 Sustainable Design; museum marketing in MADI 5206 Museum and Exhibition Design; dissertation and project development in MADI 5702/3/4 Major Project.
Undergraduate teaching: Design history from c100BC to the present in DESP 1075 Manufacturing Technology and Culture for first year product and furniture designers. Sustainable design, inclusive design, product development strategy and marketing, corporate identity, innovation strategy, semiotics, cultural identity, gender and subculture identity in DESP 2075 Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Culture for first year product and furniture designers. Textile history 1900-1940 to first year textiles designers.
Module leader of HAMC 1014 Sources and Methods: Design and Society (1st year module for all design students: c450 students/ semester; supervision of 9 seminar tutors); HAMC 1005 Introduction to Approaches, Theory and Methods: Material Culture; HAMC 3305 Contemporary Crafts (2nd year module), HAMC 3105 Cultural Identity (3rd year theory module), HAMC 3029 The Country House and Issues in Design History (MA module). Lectures on ‘Innovation and the Avant-garde’, ‘Sustainability in Design’, ‘Technological Determinism’, ‘Industrial and Political Structures’, Vernacular and DIY Design’, ‘British and French Town Planning 1600-1820’, ‘18th C. British Landscape Design’, ‘18th C. British Design’, ‘High Victorian Design’, ‘The Aesthetic Movement’, ‘Vienna Secession’, ‘Edwardian Architecture’, ‘American Design in the Interwar Period’, ‘French Design in the Interwar Period’, ‘British Design 1920-50’ and ‘The Ideal Home’ for other modules.