Courses Taught

The World in the 20th Century
Indiana University Southeast (Summer 2014)

This survey exposed students to the most significant events of the 20th century. From America's rise as a global power in the early 20th century and the Russian Revolution to African independence movements and East Asian revolutions, this class set a baseline for students to understand our development as a global society and for advanced study in history.

U.S. History II, 1877-Present​
Indiana University Southeast (2013)
University of Kentucky, Online (2019)

This classic U.S. history survey exposed students to the many baseline historical topics necessary to understand our present society and for advanced study in history. Despite being a U.S. history survey, we also discussed America in the World and the many ways in which America's development in the 20th century affected world history.

War & Society, 1914-1945​
University of Kentucky, Hybrid (2015, 2017)

This hybrid course allowed for me to meet with students twice a week to discuss readings and online lectures concerning the relationship between war and society between 1914-1945. Covering the Russian Revolution, World War I, the global Great Depression and World War II, this taught students about the end of global peace, international legislation, the impact of global economics, the ways in which war affects society around the world, and many other topics.

War & Society, 1945-Present
University of Kentucky (2016)

This course allowed for me to meet with students twice a week to discuss readings and online lectures concerning the relationship between war and society between 1945-Present. Covering the Cold War, this course taught students about independence movements, anti-colonialism, anti-imperialism, nuclear weaponry, protest movements, international relations, U.S. foreign policy, and much more.

Diplomatic History II​
Indiana University Southeast (2015) 
Indiana University Southeast, Online (2018)

This course examined the diplomatic history of the United States by showcasing the development of foreign policy throughout the 20th century. Over the course of the semester, students learned about U.S. foreign policy, international relations, the development of the US national security state, and the many ways in which past decisions continue to influence U.S. policymakers today.

The Vietnam War
University of Kentucky (2018)
Indiana University, Online (2019)

This intensive summer course examined the Cold War in a thematic manner. From culture and propaganda to nuclear weapons and espionage, this course sought to expose students to the many themes found in historical studies of the Cold War as we assessed both US and non-US angles to better understand how the Cold War dominated society in the past and continues to influence our lives in the present.

The Cold War
Indiana University, Hybrid (2016)
University of Kentucky, (2019)

This intensive summer course examined the Cold War in a thematic manner. From culture and propaganda to nuclear weapons and espionage, this course sought to expose students to the many themes found in historical studies of the Cold War as we assessed both US and non-US angles to better understand how the Cold War dominated society in the past and continues to influence our lives in the present.

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