TEACHING INTERESTS

  • Shakespeare, Golden Age, and Renaissance literature

  • comparative literature and drama, Middle Ages to Present

  • digital pedagogy

  • empire and romance literature

Teaching Background

COURSES TAUGHT

Autumn 2018 - Present

City University of New York, Hostos Community College

"Virtual Reality Shakespeare," (OER Shakespeare Online), English Department

"Literature and Composition," (OER Asynchronous Online), English Department

"Shakespearean Cultural Legacies," English Department

"Shakespeare, the Man, and His Workes," English Department

"Reading and Writing Skills and Composition," English Department

"Writing Skills and Composition," English Department

"Reading Skills and Composition," English Department

The Ohio State University, Mansfield

“Early Modern Globalism: The Theater of the World,” English Department
“Shakespeare and the Renaissance,” English Department
“British Literature, Medieval to 1800,” English Department
“The Early Novel and the ‘Invention’ of Fiction,” English Department
“Magic and the Supernatural for a Realist Age,” (British Literature, 1800-Present) English Department
“Romance Literature: The Fantasy and the Fandom,” English Department
“American Sci-fi: The Utopian Ideal,” (Second-Year Composition, Literature Focus) English Department
“Gothic Ghosts,” English Department
“Scandalous Shakespeare,” English Department
“The Fallacious Argument,” (First-Year Composition) English Department

Otterbein University

“Shakespeare in Context,” English Department
“Legends, Fairy Tales, and Other ‘Nonsense,’” English Department

The Ohio State University, Columbus

“Introduction to Western Drama: The Essential Plays,” English Department
Introduction to Shakespeare, English Department (2 sections)
Special Topics in Literature, “#ChivalryIsNotDead,” English Department
“Marketing the Argument,” English Enrichment Course, Young Scholars Program, Office of Diversity and Inclusion (3 sections)
“Literary Dystopias,” Second Year Composition, Literature Focus, English Department (2 sections)
“The Rhetoric of Satire,” First Year Composition, English Department (3 sections)

The University of Rio Grande

Composition II (3 sections, online)
Composition I (online)
Reading and Writing, English Department
Composition II, English Department (2 sections)