I bring seven years of teaching experience in a variety of academic settings to the classroom. My current academic affiliations are with the English Department at George Washington University, American University’s Literature Department, and Centre College's Semester-In-Washington program with Butler University. As a past faculty member of the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth's Institute for Advanced Critical and Cultural Studies and West Virginia Governor's Honors Academy, I also have extensive experience developing and teaching curriculum for high school students on a co-ed, residential living campus.
In Fall 2019 I am teaching the intermediate drama seminar “Race Play(s),” an upper level poetry workshop entitled “Imitations,” and an introductory film studies course, “Critical Approaches to Cinema.”
To sample past course design, you can access the first page of my syllabi for my undergraduate seminars "Crip Performances" and "Staging a Capitol Idea" by clicking through the links. Full syllabi are available upon request.