IMG_0386In my teaching, like in my research, I strive to use familiar characters to tell unfamiliar stories. My goal is to help students connect history with their interests and experiences. This varies from emphasizing local history and campus-based events to discussing popular culture and sports icons. By making history relevant and personal, students become curious participants in conversations with and about the past.

Below are sample syllabi and teaching documents for courses I’ve taught, helped teach, and developed as a part of my coursework. Each syllabus remains a work in progress as I continually reflect on and adapt my teaching methods. I’ve also listed a few blog posts I have written related to the classes.


Mock Syllabi:

Teaching Documents:

Blog Posts:


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