N.A.J. Taylor has taught across the Humanities and Social Sciences for over a decade. Traversing the disciplinary boundary that is said to exist between Indigenous and International Studies, for instance, now informs his research into the problem of nuclear harm. As a teacher, his approach is to harness individual students’ personal passions and interests so as to give rise to a love of learning that may transcend the classroom.
Below is an indicative sample of courses that he has designed and delivered:
Australian Environmental Philosophy
Environment and Story
Please also refer to the accompanying website at www.nuclearhumanities.org
Key Thinkers and Concepts in Indigenous Studies
Encountering War and Peace: Thirteen Films
Gender and Power in World Politics: A Narrative Approach