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Class Syllabi

Selected syllabi from courses designed and taught at Case Western Reserve University (Fall 2016 to present):

The Wild Man Within and Without (USSY 294A). Writing intensive general education seminar for second-year students, examining primitivist myths in literary history, from the middle ages to the present. Spring 2019.

Encountering the Uncanny (FSSY 185O). Writing intensive general education seminar for first-year students, with experiential learning component, examining the phenomenon of the "uncanny" from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including literature, psychology, and robotics. Fall 2018.

Global Shakespeares (USSY 293N). Writing intensive general education seminar for second-year students, examining Shakespeare's treatment of cultural difference alongside post-colonial adaptations of the plays. Spring 2018.

Shakespeare and Violence (FSSY 185). Writing intensive general education seminar for first-year students, with experiential learning component, examining the presentation of violence on Shakespeare's stage and the ways in which it relates to our own world. Fall 2017.

Problems of Genre in Shakespeare and Film (USSY 292). Writing intensive general education seminar for second-year students covering the related aesthetic, ethical, and political issues informing the study of genre in Shakespeare and American cinema. Spring 2017.

Selected syllabi from courses taught at Valencia College (Fall 2013 to Spring 2016):

English Composition I (ENC 1101). Introduction to methods of argument for academic discourses. Spring 2016.

English Composition II (ENC 1102). Introduction to methods of argument for the academic study of literature. Spring 2016.

Introduction to Film (ENG 2100). Introduction to film history and to methods of film analysis. Fall 2013.

Selected syllabi from courses taught at University of Florida (Fall 2007 to Fall 2013):

Authoring The Self in Seventeenth-Century British Literature (ENL 4221). Upper level course for English majors. Examined issues of subjectivity and psychology in early modern British literature. Spring 2012.

 

Film Analysis: "History of (History On) Film" (ENG 2300). Writing intensive introduction to methods of film analysis, film history, and film theory, with a special theoretical focus examining film as a historicizing medium. Fall 2011.

 

Survey of English Literature: Medieval to 1750 (ENL 2012). Writing intensive survey course covering early and early modern British literature, with a special theoretical focus examining shifting definitions of tragedy across genre and history. Fall 2010.

 

Introduction to College Writing: "Composition with Shakespeare" (ENC 1101). Introduction to the methods of college-level argument, with a special theoretical focus examining rhetorical appropriations of Shakespeare. Summer 2009.

Other Documents

Statement of teaching philosophy.

Links for Students

The OWL Purdue Site

 

Grammar Girl

 

"To Remember a Lecture Better..." by Robinson Meyer

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