Teaching


I teach introductory and upper-level seminars in the department of Rhetoric & Communication Studies (RHCS) as well as the American Studies (AMST) and First-Year Seminar (FYS) Programs. I have also co-taught the University of Richmond's Undergraduate Humanities Fellows seminar. In 2019-2020, I will be co-teaching a Sophomore Scholars in Residence (SSIR) course, Just Cities, with Dr. Amy Howard.

Below is a list of courses I have taught to date at the University of Richmond.


Walking Richmond’s Monument Avenue with my Memory & Memorializing class, spring 2017

Walking Richmond’s Monument Avenue with my Memory & Memorializing class, spring 2017

Cops, Crime, & Popular Culture - FYS 100 (First-Year Seminar)

Media, Culture, & Identity - RHCS 105

Introduction to American Studies - AMST 201

Qualitative Research Methods - RHCS 295

Critical Studies of Popular Culture - RHCS 295

Advertising & Consumer Culture - RHCS 347

Memory & Memorializing in the City of Richmond - RHCS 349

20th Century Media History - RHCS 351

Digital Memory & the Archive - RHCS 412 (AMST 381)

Remembering & Forgetting Richmond’s Past - RHCS 490