Teaching

TEACHING



I have taught diverse undergraduate and graduate students at Boston College, Columbia University, and the City University of New York-City College. At these institutions, I offered an array of courses in American Histroy, Atlantic History, and Global History and supervised independent research projects. I have particularly rich experiences in teaching the history of American immigration and nineteneth-century America, including the Civil War and Reconstruction.


Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, The City University of New York-City College.

The Civil War and Reconstruction (graduate seminar), Spring 2018.

The American Civil War in Global Perspective, Spring 2018.

The United States: From Its Origins to 1877, Spring 2018.

History of U.S. Immigration, Fall 2017.

The United States: From Its Origins to 1877, Fall 2017.

Independent Study, Spring 2017. (Supervised two graduate students’ research papers.)

History of United States Immigration II, from 1870 to the present, Spring 2017.

The United States: From Its Origins to 1877, Spring 2017.

New Nation, Free and Slave: The United States from 1787 to 1860, Fall 2016.

History of United States Immigration I, to 1870, Fall 2016.

Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life (graduate seminar), Fall 2016.


Lecturer, Department of History and Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race, Columbia University.

American Nativism: Crusades against Immigrants in a Nation of Immigrants, Fall 2015.

Wealth and Poverty in America, Spring 2015.

Contemporary Civilization, Spring 2014.

Wealth and Poverty in America, Fall 2013.


Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, Boston College.

United States History II (from 1877 to the present), Spring 2013.

The Globalizing Atlantic World, Since 1800, Spring 2013.

United States History I (from the colonial period to 1877), Fall 2012.

The Making of the Atlantic World and Global Convergence, 1400-1830, Fall 2012.


Teaching Assistant, Department of History, Boston College.

United States History II (from 1877 to the present), Spring 2011.

United States History I (from the colonial period to 1877), Fall 2010.

Transatlantic Modernities, Spring 2009.

United States History I (from the colonial period to 1877), Fall 2008.

The Atlantic World in a Global Context, 1800-1989, Spring 2008.

Encounters in Europe and the Atlantic World, 1350-1800, Fall 2007.

History of Globalization, 1800 to the present, Spring 2007.   

History of Globalization, 1300-1830, Fall 2006.

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