In addition to research I am interested in teaching about experimental methodology, especially for students in humanities where this type of framework is often absent. I believe that even if one does not want to conduct experimental research, understanding the working principles of other type of methodologies is essential for fostering successful interdisciplinary collaboration between the humanities and science. (Of course, this applies to both: also the students in science would benefit from knowing why things are done the way they are done in humanities.)
courses (designed and taught)
Introduction to the experimental methodology in the Study of Religion and Cultural Studies
Formation of knowledge in the Study of Religion
Web-based course. Study of Religion, Department of World Cultures, University of Helsinki, fall semester 2013.
A course in collaboration with Th.D. Jussi E. Niemelä. Study of Religion, Department of World Cultures, University of Helsinki, spring semester 2009.
Assistant on an online course (edX) led by Prof. Edward Slingerland and Prof. Azim Shariff. University of British Columbia, spring and fall semesters 2017.
The science of religion
“Cognitive basis of creation beliefs”
master's thesis seminar
A lecture in the lecture series Introduction to the Cognitive Science of Religion organized by Kaisa Kouri. Department of World Cultures at University of Helsinki, spring 2010.
Assistant at the master’s thesis seminar led by Dr. Terhi Utriainen. Department of World Cultures at University of Helsinki, academic year 2009-2010.