As a professor, my overall goal is to teach students how to collect, analyze, and present evidence as well as how to read and think critically. Many of my lesson plans display these skills and course assignments ask students to practice them. In advanced courses, I encourage students to engage with both scholarly and general audiences. As part of coursework, students have created videos, podcasts, websites, and other digital projects. Links to some of these projects can be found below. Some student videos are also posted on my youtube channel.
Courses taught at the University of Rhode Island
Graduate Level Courses:
Marine Environmental History
Undergraduate Level Courses:
Gender, Race, and Human Rights
Women in International Social Movements
Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies
Check out these video projects from the human rights course!