Teaching Experience

Lecturer, Harvard University (2022 - present)

As a Lecturer in History & Literature at Harvard, I teach seminars (courses with up to 15 students) and lead tutorials for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. For fall 2022, I teaching "Tasting Place: Food and Culture in America." For more on this specific seminar, visit the History & Literature blog about the course

Instructor of Record, Boston University (2020-2022)

I taught three classes as instructor of record at Boston University: one for the American & New England Studies Program and two as a Graduate Writing Fellow through Boston's University's Writing Program. For more on each class, click on the hyperlinked course title.

Writing, Research, & Inquiry with Digital/Multimedia Expression
Tasting Place

First-Year Writing Seminar
Are We What We Eat? Food and Culture

Introduction to American Studies
Boston's Pastime: The Red Sox and their City

Teaching Fellow, Boston University (2017-2019)

History and Theory of Landscape Architecture
Professor Jan Haenraets, Spring 2019

Arts in America
Professor Ross Barrett, Fall 2018

History of International Relations, 1900-1945
Professor William R. Keylor, Fall 2017

Teaching Assistant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2014-2016)

Approaches to Southern Studies
Professor Elizabeth Engelhardt, Spring 2016

Shalom Y'all: The Jewish Experience in the American South
Professor Marcie Cohen Ferris, Fall 2015

Introduction to the American South: A Cultural Journey
Professor Bernard Herman, Spring 2015

Introduction to Folklore
Instructor Elijah Gaddis, Fall 2014