For an intro research methods course at Boston University, I had students learn how to become Wikipedia editors through an assignment sequence you can find here:  Writing Studio ST112


In one semester, a class of 13 students completed over 180 edits, added almost 3,000 words, and 28 references to Wikipedia (see image).

I am committed to open-access, student-success driven models of teaching and research.

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University of Toledo, Department of English                                                                        2020–present

  • British Romanticism

  • Asian American Literature

  • Romanticism and Orientalism 

  • Intro to Creative Writing

  • Advanced Poetry Workshop

  • Intro to Fiction

  • Reading Poetry

  • British Literary Traditions

  • Foundations of Literary Study (WAC)

Boston University, Kilachand Honors College (August 2018–present)

  • Writing Citizenship, Imagining Home

  • Frankenstein’s Afterlives

  • Research, Media, and Storytelling

  • Research, Historical Memory, and Reconciliation

  • Senior Seminar on Innovation, Culture and Society

The Ohio State University, Department of English (August 2013–May 2018​)

  • World Literature (online course)

  • Selected Works of British Literature: 1800 to Present

  • Transatlantic Romanticism

  • The Rhetoric of Storytelling

  • Nineteenth-Century Women Writers

  • Transnational “Imagined Communities”

  • Language, Identity, and Culture in the U.S. Experience, 1800 to the Present

  • Intermediate Writing: Art and Entertainment Genres

The University of Texas at Austin, OnRamps dual-enrollment program (January 2018–May 2018)

  • Introduction to Rhetoric: Reading, Writing and Research (online course)

  • Reading and Writing the Rhetoric of American Identity (online)