I have taught introductory and upper-level courses in U.S. History, the History of Capitalism, African American and African Diaspora History, and Urban History.
For further information on my teaching philosophy and evidence of my teaching effectiveness, please contact me.
Instructor, “From Haiti to Cape Town: The Global Black Freedom Struggle since Slavery,” Spring 2019 (AAS 303)
Princeton University Prison Teaching Initiative
Co-Instructor, “United States History since 1877,” Spring 2019. (Accredited through Raritan Valley Community College) (HIST.202.GS1)
Johns Hopkins University
Instructor, “From Ferguson to Cape Town,” Fall 2016 (AS.100.321)
Instructor, “Business and the Black Community in Baltimore,” B’More Program 2016, 2017 (AS.100.285.33)
Teaching Assistant, “Panic and Liberation: The Politics of Sex in 20th Century Europe” Spring 2017 (AS.100.357)
Teaching Assistant, “Decolonization and Citizenship in Africa, 1945-2015,” Spring 2016 (AS.100.399)
Teaching Assistant, “Global Public Health since World War II,” Fall 2013 (AS 100.333.03, AS 100.33.05)
Loyola University Maryland
Affiliate Professor, “Making of the Modern World—United States since the Civil War,” Spring 2016 (HS 103.01, HS 103.02)
Peer Teacher, “Emory as Place: Religion and Ecology,” Spring, 2004
Application Mentor, Crimson Education, Auckland, New Zealand, 2018-2019
▪ Advise international students on their application to U.S. colleges and universities, including brainstorming and editing essays.
Content Development Consultant, Boundless Learning, Boston, Massachusetts, 2012
▪ Developed and curated course content related to United States history for a digital textbook used by colleges and universities, compiled open-source readings and images, developed key words, and drafted and edited reading questions.
English Teacher, Caledonian School, Prague, Czech Republic, 2009-2010
▪ Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) Certified