• I have taught a variety of interdisciplinary courses in United States history as part of the core curriculum at Mount St. Mary’s University, specifically “American Experience to 1898” (here) and “America in Global Context since 1898” (here and here).

 

 

 

  • I regularly offer a Global Encounters course at Mount St. Mary’s on “Modern South Africa.”

 

  • At the University of Notre Dame, I taught two sections of First Year Composition of my own design (“Rhetoric of the American City” and “Arguments in Film and Television”). As a former instructor of writing and rhetoric, I emphasize student writing in every course that I teach. I regularly include community-based learning, such as this prototype for project-based course on “Race and Religion in Civil Rights-Era Durham” and this site, which I developed to facilitate community-based learning experiences at a center for individuals with intellectual disabilities.