List of Courses by Year

uo_sealA complete list of courses taught (by section and term) at the University of Oregon (click on the link to go to the course website):

2016-2017

WGS199: LGBTQIA Scholars Academic Residence Community Colloquium | Spring 2017
WGS201: Introduction to Queer Studies: “Queer Inquiries” | Spring 2017
WGS352: Gender and Literature: “Queer(ing) Dystopias” | Spring 2017
WGS199: LGBTQIA Scholars Academic Residence Community Colloquium | Winter 2016
WGS410/510*: “Speculative and Science Fictions of Color” | Winter 2017
WGS199: LGBTQIA Scholars Academic Residence Community Colloquium | Autumn 2016
WGS201: Introduction to Queer Studies: “Queer Inquiries” | Autumn 2016
WGS361
: Gender and Film, Television, and Media: “‘#GamerGate to #INeedDiverseGames: Gender, Race, and Queerness in Virtual Worlds and Video Games” | Autumn 2016
WGS410/510*: Feminist Science Fiction: “Le Guin, Tiptree, Butler” | Autumn 2016

2015-2016

WGS361: Gender and Film, Television, and Media: “‘Serious Research Mode’: Critical Approaches to Buffy the Vampire Slayer” | Summer 2016
WGS199
: Gender and Popular Culture: “Heroes, Monsters, & Queens: Dressing Up as Critical Play” | Spring 2016
WGS352: Gender and Literature: “Queer(ing) American Literature” | Spring 2016
WGS361
: Gender and Film, Television, and Media: “#GamerGate to #INeedDiverseGames: Gender, Race, and Queerness in Virtual Worlds and Video Games” | Winter 2016
WGS199: Gender and Popular Culture: “Welcome to the Whedonverse: Feminism, Fandom, and Popular Culture” | Autumn 2015
WGS422/522*: Sexuality Studies: “Advanced Queer Theory and Cultural Studies” | Autumn 2015

*For both undergraduates and graduate students.

200px-Drew_Shieldsm1A complete list of courses taught (by section and term) at the Drew University (click on the link to go to the course website):

2014-2015

ENGL115H: Topics in Literary Studies: “Literatures of the Fantastic” | Autumn 2014
ENGL356MO: Advanced Studies in American Literature of the 20th Century: “Cyberpunk: Past, Present, and Future” | Autumn 2014
AMST101T: American Pop Culture: “Too Cool for School: Students in American Film, Media, and Pop Culture” | Autumn 2014
ENGL107E: Asian American Literature: “Looking for Ming: Asian American Speculative & Science Fiction” | Spring 2015
ENGL110D: Introduction to Media Studies | Spring 2015
ENGL326/WGST304MO: Approaches to Literature: “Introduction to Queer Theory” | Spring 2015

2013-2014

ENGL106-001: African American Literature: “Dark Matters: African American Science Fiction” | Autumn 2013
ENGL204-002: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature & Language: “Virtual Worlds & Video Games” | Autumn 2013
ENGL374-001: Advanced Literary Studies Seminar: “Queer(ing) American Literature” | Autumn 2013
ENGL110G: Introduction to Media Studies | Spring 2014
ENGL253C: Mapping the Anglo-American Literary Tradition 1900-Present | Spring 2014
ENGL325B: Approaches to Literature: “Introduction to Digital Humanities” | Spring 2014
ENGL357F: Advanced Studies in Literature of the 20th Century: “Posthuman Narratives”  | Spring 2014
ENGL201C: Selected Topics in Literature: “Introduction to Children’s Literature: Critical Approaches to Harry Potter and Others” | Summer 2014

University_of_Washington_SealA complete list of courses taught (by section and term) at the University of Washington (click on the link to go to the course website):

2015-2016

Essay Writing B: “10 Things I Hate About Writing, or, A Writer’s Bootcamp” |  Robinson Center for Young Scholars | Summer Stretch 2016

2014-2015

Essay Writing C: “10 Things I Hate About Writing, or, A Writer’s Bootcamp” |  Robinson Center for Young Scholars | Summer Stretch 2015

2012-2013

CHID250C: Introductory Topics in the History of Ideas : “Mediating Identities: Technologies of the Self” | Autumn 2012
ENGL466A: Introduction to Lesbian and Gay Studies: “Queer Inquiries: Introduction to LGBT Studies” | Winter 2013
ENGL242E: Reading Fiction: “Cyberpunk: Past, Present, and Future” | Winter 2013
ENGL307: Cultural Studies: “Critical Approaches to Tolkien: Cultural Studies and Fantasy Literature” | Spring 2013
ENGL242: Reading Fiction: “Not Your Average High School Novel Class: Re-Reading American Literature” | Spring 2013
CHID496D: Focus Group: “Heroes & Monsters: Understanding Live-Action Role-Playing” | Spring 2013

2011-2012

ENGL281D: Intermediate Expository Writing: “10 Reasons I Hate (Like) Writing, Or, A Writer’s Bootcamp” | Autumn 2011
ENGL111G: Composition with Literature: “The Mirror of Erised: Critical Approaches to Harry Potter” | Winter 2012
CHID496F: Focus Group: “Video+Game+Other+Media” | Co-Taught with Sarah Kremen-Hicks | Winter 2012
CHID480F: Special Topics: “Mediating Identites: Technologies of the Self” | Spring 2012
CHID496D: Focus Group: “Heroes & Monsters: Understanding Live-Action Role-Playing” | Spring 2012
ENGL200D: Reading Literary Forms: “Literatures of the Fantastic” | Summer 2012

2010-2011

ENGL111D: Composition with Literature: “Critical Approaches to Popular Fiction, Or, Harry Potter vs. Twilight” | Autumn 2010
ENGL131O: Composition: “Critical Approaches to Popular Fiction, Or, Harry Potter vs. Twilight” | Autumn 2010
CHID496I: Focus Group: “Keywords for Video Game Studies” | Co-Taught with Timothy Welsh | Autumn 2010
CHID496F: Focus Group: “Close Playing, or, Bioshock as Practicum” | Co-Taught with Timothy Welsh | Winter 2011
CHID496G: Focus Group: “‘Serious Research Mode’: Critical Approaches to Buffy (and Stuff)” | Co-Taught with Jane Lee | Winter 2011
ENGL242B
: Reading Prose: “Banned, Bowdlerized, and Burned: Reading (and Writing) as Political” | Spring 2011
CHID496D: Focus Group: “Heroes & Monsters: Understanding Live-Action Role-Playing” | Spring 2011

2009-2010

ENGL281D: Intermediate Expository Writing: “10 Reasons I Hate (Like) Writing, Or, A Writer’s Bootcamp” | Autumn 2009
CHID496F: Focus Group: “Bioshock: Cyborg Morality and Posthuman Choice” | Co-Taught with Timothy Welsh | Autumn 2009
ENGL131D: College Composition: “Critical Approaches to Harry Potter” | Winter 2010
CHID496F: Focus Group: “Why So Serious?: Video Games as Persuasion, Politics, and Propaganda” | Co-Taught with Timothy Welsh | Winter 2010
ENGL207B: Introduction to Cultural Studies: “Virtual Worlds and Video Games” | Spring 2010
CHID496A: Focus Group: “Heroes & Monsters: Understanding Live-Action Role-Playing Games” | Spring 2010
ENGL108I: Writing Ready | Co-Taught with Jane Lee | Summer LEAP 2010, a transition course for incoming freshman student athletes

2008-2009

ENGL250B: American Literature: “The American Imagination: Progress, Exploration, and Science Fictions” | Autumn 2008
CHID496E Focus Group: “Paper & Dice 101: Tabletop Gaming as Storytelling, Storyplaying” | Autumn 2008
ENGL207A: Introduction to Cultural Studies: “Virtual Worlds & Video Games” | Winter 2009
ENGL242A: Reading Fiction: “Not Your Average High School Novel Class: Re-Reading as Critical Practice” | Spring 2009
CHID496D: Focus Group: “Heroes & Monsters: Understanding Live-Action Role-Playing” | Spring 2009
ENGL108I: Writing Ready | Co-Taught with Jane Lee | Summer LEAP 2009, a transition course for incoming freshman student athletes, formerly called GIS140

2007-2008

GIS140A: Writing, Reading, Thinking Ready, Early Fall Quarter 2007
ENGL200D: Reading Literature: “Literatures of the Fantastic” | Autumn 2007
ENGL242E: Reading Fiction: “Reading Intersections: Literature as Worldmaking” | Winter 2008
ENGL111I: Composition with Literature: “The Mirror of Erised: Critical Approaches to Harry Potter” | Spring 2008
GIS140H: Writing Ready | Co-Taught with Jane Lee | Summer LEAP 2008, a transition course for incoming freshman student athletes

2006-2007

GIS140D: “Writing, Reading, Thinking Ready” | Early Fall Start 2006
ENGL111Q: Composition with Literature: “Imagining Cyberspace” | Autumn 2006
ENGL111M: Composition with Literature: “Everyday Media: Reading, Writing, and Critiquing” | Winter 2006
ENGL111M: Composition with Literature: “The Mirror of Erised: Critical Approaches to Harry Potter” | Spring 2007

2005-2006

ENGL131A7: College Composition: “Seeing and Seen: Analyzing Representation” | Autumn 2005
ENGL131A4: College Composition: “A Question of Diversity” | Winter 2005
ENGL131A3: College Composition: “Diversity & Multiculturalism” | Spring 2006

500px-University_of_Maryland_Seal_svgA complete list of courses taught (by section and term) at the University of Maryland:

2004-05

ENGL101 (1313): Introduction to Academic Writing | Autumn 2004
UNIV100 (0826): The Student and the University | Autumn 2004
ENGL101 (1106): Introduction to Academic Writing | Spring 2005
UNIV100 (0801): The Student and the University | Spring 2005
EDCP108L (0101): College Writing and Reading | Scholastic Transitions Educational Program (STEP), a transition course for incoming freshman student athletes | Summer 2005

2003-04

ENGL101 (0506): Introduction to Academic Writing | Autumn 2003
ENGL101S (0110): Introduction to Acacemic Writing | College Park Scholars | Autumn 2003
ENGL101U (0306): Introduction to Academic Writing | College Park Scholars | Autumn 2003
ENGL101 (0611): Introduction to Academic Writing | Spring 2004

2002-03

ENGL101 (1213, 1105): Introduction to Academic Writing | Autumn 2002
ENGL101U (1105): Introduction to Academic Writing | College Park Scholars | Autumn 2002
ENGL101X (2010): Introduction to Academic Writing | ESL | Autumn 2002
ENGL101 (1002): Introduction to Academic Writing | Spring 2003
ENGL101U (1309): Introduction to Academic Writing | College Park Scholars | Spring 2003

1998-99

ENGL101+ (1110, 1214, 1316 ): Introduction to Academic Writing | First Year Focus | Autumn 1998

1997-98

ENGL101 (0210): Introduction to Academic Writing | Autumn 1997
ENGL101+ (0104): Introduction to Academic Writing | First Year Focus | Autumn 1997
ENGL101 (0308, 0403): Introduction to Academic Writing | Spring 1998

1996-97

ENGL101H (0101, 1001): Introduction to Academic Writing | Honors | Autumn 1996
ENGL101 (1205): Introduction to Academic Writing | Spring 1997
ENGL101X (2007): Introduction to Academic Writing | ESL | Spring 1997

1995-96

ENGL101 (0301, 0407): Introduction to Academic Writing | Autumn 1995
ENGL101 (0604, 1102): Introduction to Academic Writing | Spring 1996


For more information about my teaching, see also the following: