I have taught for ten years and been honoured with an excellence in teaching award.
I work in libraries/archives & the Department of English, so I enjoy introducing Special Collections & Archives as a humanities “lab” to my students. I believe that experiential learning in the library creates richer learning experiences and introduces students to life-long research skills. For example, in my James Joyce class, students will learn about the literary and material history of this work; and because I am committed to open, public knowledge, we will create an online resource for our community using the library’s digital exhibition software.
In all my courses, I try to combine digital scholarship, literature, and libraries in order to create meaningful, hands-on learning opportunities.
I teach a wide range of courses, from first-year writing courses to advanced, single-author seminars. My institutional exposure has allowed me to teach large lecture courses as well as smaller seminar-style classes. I also teach every summer at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute, where I had the honour of teaching digital textual editing with Hans Walter Gabler.
To view a full list of courses I have taught, please see my CV
Digital humanities, book history/print culture, modernism, trans-atlantic literature, periodical studies, writing, and textual criticism.
Some Class Projects
- History of the Book: From Manuscript to Magazine (Spring 2010); Students curated their own Artists Books Exhibition.
- Digital Humanities and Modernism (Spring 2012); Student created a critical apparatus and online archive of a magazine that they digitized.