Courses


Fugitive Slaves: Fighting for Freedom in the Courts


Queens College, Hist. 288 (Law, Crime & Society in U.S. History)


I will teach this course as instructor of record in spring 2021 to 30 students. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the course will be taught fully online. This course is a section of “Law, Crime, and Society in United States History,” a 200-level course tha...


The New Nation, 1800-1850


Queens College, Hist. 260


I taught this course as the instructor of record in fall 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the course was offered fully online to 30 students. Students read three books over the course of the semester: Solomon Northup's Twelve Years a Slave, Claudio ...


Writing In the Disciplines (WID) Faculty Seminar


LaGuardia Community College


I co-taught this seminar twice during the 2020-2021 academic year to faculty members in a range of disciplines, from education to fine arts. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the seminar took place fully online. The seminar is designed for faculty members ...


American History, 1607-1865


Queens College, Hist. 103


This course, which I have taught six times as the instructor of record, is an introductory survey of American history through the Civil War.  The class covers a range of themes, including politics, economics, gender, family, war, and social movements....


American History, 1865-present


Queens College, Hist. 104


This course, which I taught in spring 2018 as the instructor of record, is an introductory survey of American history from Reconstruction through the present day.  The class covers topics including politics, economics, activism, technology, race, gend...

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