My teaching, informed by my research, sits in two key areas: social, cultural and political geographies relating to power, space and embodiment, and critical medical humanities. At undergraduate level, I teach on modules that outline geographical approaches to thinking about power and justice in relation to embodied difference, including gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, disability, class and body size. I also teach critical medical geographies work informed by post-structuralist and feminist approaches to thinking critically about medical power knowledges and public health. At PGT level, I teach on biopolitics; affective, pre-emptive politics and anticipatory governance; embodied research methods; activism in research; and critical medical humanities. My teaching at MA level contributes to the MA in Crisis and Change in Human Geography, and the MA in Health, Cultures and Society.
Bethan Evans teaches courses on social and cultural geographies and qualitative methodologies.