I have worked as a class teacher and seminar/workshop leader both in Brazil and in the UK, and I am now a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, after completing my Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (LSE PGCertHE). I am keen on developing my teaching experience, particularly within the areas related to my research interests – such as critical social media studies, digital humanities, digital cultures, media & communications theory, technology and society, and qualitative methods. I have taught at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, covering different modules in departments of media and communications (Goldsmiths, LSE, Sussex, UFRGS) and sociology (LSE). I am also currently supervising MSc dissertations in the Department of Digital Humanities at King’s College London.

United Kingdom

Lecturer in Media and Cultural Studies (2022-23)

School of Media, Arts and Humanities, University of Sussex

For 2022-23, in the autumn term I’ll be convening and teaching the undergraduate module Media, Memory and History, and leading seminars for the postgraduate module Researching Creative and Cultural Industries (convened by Professor Margaretta Jolly). In the spring, I’ll be teaching and convening the undergraduate modules Culture & the Everyday, and Digital Histories, Objects, and Processes, and the postgraduate module New Developments in Digital Media.

Associate Lecturer, Social Media in Everyday Life: A Global Perspective (2021-22)

Department of Media, Communications and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London

Seminar leader in Social Media in Everyday Life, a half-unit module for postgraduate students in the Department of Media, Communications, and Cultural studies. The course explores the double logic of social media – as enablers of sociality and intimacy at a distance, but also as machines of surveillance – from a global, comparative perspective, emphasising their appropriation in everyday settings. Content taught included: understanding social media in everyday life; affordances; sociality and self-presentation; intimacy and privacy; social media and inequalities; theorising social media environments. Course convened by Professor Mirca Madianou.

Seminar Leader, International Journalism and Society: The Role of Media in the Modern World (2021-22)

Summer School, LSE

Preparation and delivery of daily classes for diverse groups of students (including undergraduate and postgraduate students), and marking of formative and summative assessment. Content taught included: networked journalism; social media and democracy; journalism between truth and emotion; collective memory; artificial intelligence and journalism. Course convened by Professor Charlie Beckett.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Digital Technology, Speed, and Culture (2018-19, 2019-20, 2020-21)

Department of Sociology, LSE

Class-teaching in Digital Technology, Speed, and Culture, an elective half-unit module for undergraduate students in the Department of Sociology. The course explores sociologically informed approaches to the study of science and technology. Content taught included: the politics of artefacts; post-industrial society, time, and space; feminist technoscience; digital technologies and the reshaping of social relations; self-tracking as a sociotechnical practice. Course convened by Professor Judy Wajcman.

Graduate Teaching Assistant and Dissertation Officer, Dissertation Study Skills (2018-19)

Department of Media and Communications, LSE

Workshop leader in Dissertation Study Skills, a drop-in workshop series taught to MSc students from the Department of Media and Communications. Comprised of six independent workshops delivered three times each, the module was designed to offer support to students in planning and writing their dissertations, as well as in structuring essays and preparing for exams. Content taught included: critical reading; essay structure; choosing a research topic; developing a research question; research design and operationalization. Moreover, during the Summer, I worked as a Dissertation Officer, meeting students individually to discuss and advise them on the writing up stage of their dissertations. Course convened by Dr Omar Al-Ghazzi.

Classroom Assistant, Mediated Feminisms (2019)

Department of Media and Communications, LSE

Assistantship on the half-unit module Mediated Feminisms, taught to MSc students from the Departments of Media and Communications and Gender. Tasks included leading one-hour long practice-based classes on media production for two seminar groups. Course convened by Professor Sarah Banet-Weiser.

Classroom Assistant, Interpersonal Mediated Communication (2019)

Department of Media and Communications, LSE

Assistantship on Interpersonal Mediated Communications, a half-unit module taught to MSc students. The role comprised activities such as content management, support in the creation and implementation of an electronic media diary, Moodle editing, and wiki moderation. Course convened by Dr Ellen Helsper.

Classroom Assistant, Digital Platforms and Media Infrastructures (2018)

Department of Media and Communications, LSE

Assistantship on the course Digital Platforms and Media Infrastructures: Societal Issues, taught to MSc students during Lent Term. The tasks involved facilitating group exercises, the creation and management of a course blog, and publishing weekly blog entries with materials submitted by the students. Course convened by Dr Jean-Christophe Plantin.


Guest Lecture, Languages of the Internet (2016)

Universidade do Vale do Rio Sinos (Unisinos)

Guest lecturer on Languages of the Internet – emoticons, emoji, animated GIFs and digital memes – for a group of graduate students of the programme of Digital Communication and Social Networks, University of Vale do Rio dos Sinos (BRA). Course convened by Professor Adriana Amaral.

Teaching Practice Internship, Interface Design (2014)

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)

Planning and delivery of lectures for one academic semester on the course of Interface Design for undergraduate students of advertising, as part of the required curriculum of the Master’s program. Content taught included: introduction to mobile interfaces; user experience; affordances; usability tests. Course convened by Professor Alex Primo.