Syllabi and Related Projects


Fall 2017

Decades in American Culture: Revisiting the ’90s (050:303:01)

Nineteenth Century American Literature and Culture (050:227:01)

Spring 2017

Introduction to American Studies (050:101:01)

Teaching of History (510:509:01)

Fall 2016

Junior Seminar: Law & Society (050:389:02)

Cultures of Consumption (050:333:01 & 512:333:01)

Fall 2015

Public Histories of Detention and Mass Incarceration (050:400:01, 082:441:01, 506:491:01, & 082:593:01)

Honors Thesis Writers Seminar (050:495:01)

Spring 2015

Public History: Theory, Method, and Practice (506:301:01, 512:392:01, & 050:301:01)

Thought and Society in the American Past (050:225:01)

Fall 2014

Junior Seminar: The Digital Humanities (050:389)

Cultures of Consumption: Commodity Fetishism (050:333 & 512:333)

Spring 2014

The Concept of Home: The Meanings of Domesticity in American Life (050:300)

Famous Trials in Modern American History: Race and the Boundaries of Citizenship in the United States (512:315 & 050:301)

Fall 2013

Grasping American Freedom: Interdisciplinary Honors Seminar (090:295)

Introduction to American Studies: “America” as an Idea (050:101)

Spring 2013

 The City in America (512:314 & 050:304)

Introduction to American Studies: “America” as an Idea (050:101)

 Fall 2012

Methodologies in American Studies (050:310)

Wayward Americans: Rebels, Vigilantes, and Social Outcasts (050:324)

Spring 2012

Curating Guantánamo: Public History and Public Awareness (082:593 & 082:441)

Junior Seminar: The Racial and Ethnic Landscape: American Geographies of Power and Difference (050:389)

Fall 2011

 Labor, Status, and Identity (050:301 & 512:391)

Spring 2011

Gatekeeping Nation: A Cultural History of Immigration Law in the US (512:392)

 The Concept of Home: The Meanings of Domesticity in American Life (050:300)

Fall 2010

With Allan Isaac, Introduction to American Studies: “America” as an Idea (050:101)

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