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, Centre College's Semester-In-Washington program with Butler University, and the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth's Institute for Advanced Critical and Cultural Studies. As a past faculty member of the West Virginia Governor's Honors Academy, I also have experience developing and teaching courses for high school students on a co-ed, residential living campus.
In Spring 2019 I am teaching the intermediate drama seminar “Race Play(s)” and serving as the graduate teaching instructor for David T. Mitchell’s upper-level “Disabled People and the Holocaust” seminar.
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.