Teaching Experience

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Adjunct Instructor, Department of Humanities, Thomas University, Thomasville, GA

ENG 101— Composition I, Spring 2018

ENG 102—Composition II, Fall 2017

 


Adjunct Instructor, Department of English, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

ENC 2135—Research, Genre, and Context, Summer 2017

ENC 2135—Research, Genre, and Context, Fall 2016

 


Teaching Assistant/Mentor, Department of English, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL

LIT 3438—Literature and Medicine (Diseases and Debates, Then and Now), Spring 2017

Instructor of Record: Dr. Meegan Kennedy

 


 

TEACHING ASSISTANT/MENTOR, DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY, TALLAHASSEE, FL

ENC 1101—Freshman Composition and Rhetoric (Writing About Music), Summer 2016
AML 3311—Major Figures in American Literature (Mid-Twentieth Century American Literature), Spring 2016
ENG 3310—Film Genres (The Existential Narrative in Film and Literature), Fall 2015
AML 3311—Major Figures in American Literature (American Fiction after 1945), Summer 2015
AML 3311-- Major Figures in American Literature (Literature of the "Mad Menera"), Spring 2015
AML 3041—American Authors since 1875 (20th Century American Catholic Authors), Fall 2014
AML 3041—American Authors since 1875 (American Literature after 1945), Summer 2014
AML 3311—Major Figures in American Literature (Emerson and the 20th Century), Spring 2014
AML 3041—American Authors since 1875 (The Beat Generation in Context), Fall 2013
LIT 2020—Introduction to the Short Story (The American Short Story), Summer 2013
LIT 2010—Intro to Fiction (Literature of the World Wars), Spring 2013
LIT 2010—Intro to Fiction (Major American Writers of the 20th Century), Fall 2012
LIT 2081—Contemporary Literature (The American Novel After 1945), Summer 2012
ENC 1102—Freshman Writing and Research, Spring 2012
ENC 1101—Freshman Composition and Rhetoric, Fall 2011




ENG 175—Studies in American Literature, Spring 2010
Instructor of Record: Dr. James Hans

 

Teaching Assistant, Department of English, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC