Teaching

2018-20: Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Knox College.

  • Fall 2019
    • HIST 275: Race, Sex, and Empire in North America before 1700
    • HIST 261: The European Enlightenment
  • Spring 2019
    • HIST 295: The American Origins Myth: The Revolution in American History & Culture
    • HIST 295: American Popular Music History
  • Winter 2019
    • HIST 295: The Origins of American Capitalism
    • HIST 295: The Civil War and Reconstruction
  • Fall 2018
    • HIST 373B: Women, Gender, and the American Revolution (cross-listed as GWST 373B)
    • HIST 275: Race, Sex, and Empire in North America before 1700
  • Winter 2019
    • HIST 295: Political Economy and the Origins of American Capitalism (cross-listed with ECON)
    • HIST 295: The American Civil War
  • Spring 2019
    • HIST 295: The American Origins Myth: The Revolution in American History and Culture (cross-listed with AMST)
    • HIST 295: Race, Gender, and Class in 20th-Century American Popular Music (cross-listed with MUS)

2017-18: Visiting Faculty/Postdoctoral Fellow, Eugene Lang College for the Liberal Arts at The New School.

  • LHIS 2080: The American Origins Myth: The Revolution in American History and Culture, Fall.
  • LHIS 2081: Creating the Atlantic World: Empires, Enlightenments, and Revolutions, Spring.

2016-17: Teaching Fellow, Yale University.

  • HIST 119 The Civil War and Reconstruction, Prof. David Blight, Spring.
  • HIST 127 U.S. Lesbian and Gay History, Prof. George Chauncey, Fall.
    • 2 weekly discussion sections (24 students), responsible for all grading.

2014−15: Teaching Fellow, Yale University.

  • HIST 119 The Civil War and Reconstruction, Prof. David Blight, Spring
    • 2 weekly discussion sections, (32 students), responsible for all grading.
  • HIST 127 U.S. Lesbian and Gay History, Prof. George Chauncey, Fall.
    • 2 weekly discussion sections (31 students), responsible for all grading.

2013−14: Teaching Fellow, Yale University.

  • HIST 238 The Origins of the British Empire, Prof. Steven Pincus, Spring.
    • 1 weekly discussion section (13 students), responsible for all grading.
  • HIST 116 The American Revolution, Prof. Joanne Freeman, Fall.
    • 7 lectures, 2 weekly discussion sections (32 students), responsible for all grading.

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