Rebecca’s experience in teaching in higher education spans programmes in Sociology and Education, at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and in both methodological and theoretical courses.
At the Department of Education at Stockholm University, she has been involved in the International and Comparative Education Masters programme, teaching courses such as Theory of Science and Educational Planning. She has also been teaching on the cross-departmental masters programme in Human Relations, on Sociological Perspectives on Organisation. At the Department of Sociology, Stockholm University, she taught on Qualitative Analysis and Methods courses, as well as on Sociological Theory. Rebecca has supervised undergraduate theses work in Sociology and in Education, is currently supervising postgraduate and doctoral theses in Education, while also serving occasionally as an opponent/reader for doctoral theses progress seminars.
Rebecca currently serves on the following advisory and editorial boards: International Studies in Sociology of Education; Forum for Asian Studies (Stockholm University); Springer Lifelong Learning Book Series; Master’s Programme in Computational Social Science (Institute for Analytical Sociology, Linköping University); and Confero Journal: Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics.