Sara specializes in academic graduate teaching from both a post-colonial and post-Soviet perspective and has designed Masters curricula for various international ministries of culture and education and teaches at the New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) where she is also a Red Burns Fellow as well as developing undergraduate courses for NYU’s Media Cultures and Communications dept. She also teaches on the Masters Curatorial Studies program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Sara’s research spans architectural art history, global contemporary art and visual cultures, exhibition making, 21st century collecting practices, emergent art and technology, Continental philosophy, post-colonial theory, Eastern Orientalism and Indigenous Islamic thinking sciences.

Courses Taught:

  • Media Culture Wars (graduate & undergraduate)
  • Ethics & Aesthetics in Art & Technology (graduate)
  • Dissertation Critical Writing (graduate)
  • Decolonizing Art & Technology (graduate)
  • Reverse Engineering: New Paradigm Shifts in Art, Curating & Technological Innovation (graduate)
  • Inside the 21st Century Museum (graduate)
  • 21st Century Art Collecting Practices (graduate)
  • Central Asia’s Contemporary Art Revolution (graduate)
  • Framing the Modern Art from the Middle East & North Africa (graduate)