I have taught Digital Humanities courses at Princeton University, the University of Georgia, and at Lafayette College, a small liberal arts college in Pennsylvania. At the University of Oregon, I taught composition and world literature as a grad student instructor.
Instructor: Princeton University
HUM 346 – Intro to DH, “Data and the Human” – Spring 2022
Class examining quotidian uses of data in marketing, media, and the academy, and how those uses impact human lives.
Instructor: University of Georgia
DIGI 4960R – Fall 2021
Directed Reading on text analysis and rap lyrics
HONS 4960R – Spring 2021
Directed Reading discussing transnational media, and using DH tools to collect and visualize data
GRSC 7700 – Fall 2020
Section of required TA training that focuses on DH Pedagogy
ENGL 4960H – Spring 2019
Directed Reading discussing modernism, publishing, and applying DH tools and methods to this research
Summer Scholars – 2019
7 students chosen from faculty nominations to work on projects of their own design. Participants in this
Summer Scholars – 2018
6 students chosen from faculty nominations to work on projects of their own design. Participants in this program earn $1000 for six weeks in the summer
Instructor: Lafayette College
Mellon Digital Humanities Summer Scholars Program
Six week intensive internship and introduction to digital humanities methods for seven undergraduate students with six hours per week of classroom time plus individual work on projects of their own design. http://sites.lafayette.edu/dhss/
Instructor: University of Oregon
Comparative Literature 360, “Artificial Women,” Spring 2014
Upper division literature class discussing constructs of the ideal woman in modern iterations of the myth of Pygmalion.
Comparative Literature 211, “Literary Machines,” Spring 2013
Gen-ed world literature class tracing the impact of the Second Industrial Revolution on the body of the worker in literature from multiple national contexts.
Comparative Literature 211, “Silence and Lies,” Fall 2012
Gen-ed world literature class that examined narrative techniques of omission through unreliable narrators, censorship, and political upheaval.
Writing 123, “Bodies and Policy” Spring 2012
Advanced writing course focused on writing a longer research essay centered on topics regarding the body (e.g. organ donation) and politics.
Writing 122, Fall 2011, Spring 2011
Second half of introductory writing sequence for class following the pedagogy of John Gage’s Shape of Reason and using Great Interdisciplinary Ideas as a reader.
Writing 121, Fall 2010, Winter 2011, Winter 2012
Required introductory writing course for class following the pedagogy of John Gage’s Shape of Reason and using They Say/I Say as a course reader.