CV: Teaching Experience

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Department of English,
UW-Madison

Instructor of record

  • English 100: Introduction to College Composition (Fall 2014; Spring 2015)

Weekly discussion seminars & grading

  • English 167: Introduction to British and American Literature before 1914: “Ghosts, Monsters, and the Paranormal” (3 sections, Fall 2013)

  • English 177: Introduction to Literature and Popular Culture: “Beowulf, Tolkien, and Modern Fantasy” (3 sections, Spring 2018)

  • English 177: Introduction to Literature and Popular Culture: “American Fantasy” (3 sections, Spring 2014)

  • English 241: Literature and Culture I, i.e. British Literature before 1800 (3 sections, Fall 2015; 3 sections, Fall 2018; 2 sections, Spring 2019)

Selected guest teaching

  • English 177: American Fantasy—Lecture on Maxine Hong Kingston’s Woman Warrior (Spring 2014)

  • English 241: Literature and Culture I (British Literature before 1800)—

    • Mini-lectures on Milton’s Paradise Lost alongside “When I Consider How My Light Is Spent” and on the poetry of Phillis Wheatley (Fall 2018)

    • Lecture on The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale (Fall 2015)

  • English 424: Medieval Drama—Wakefield/Towneley Last Judgment (Spring 2016)

  • English 468: Victorian Marriage Plots—George Meredith’s Modern Love (Spring 2013)

  • English 520: Old English—

    • Strong verbs (Fall 2016)

    • The Dream of the Rood (Fall 2016; Fall 2017)

  • English 543: Discourses of Disability before 1800—Richard III (Spring 2016)


Additional Writing Instruction Experience

Individual writing consultations in the UW-Madison Writing Center (eight semesters and one summer, 2014–19)

  • Online instruction: email (Spring 2015, Fall 2015); Skype (Spring 2016; Fall 2017)

  • Writing Center Outreach (Fall 2015, Spring 2016; Coordinator: Fall 2016–Spring 2017 and Fall 2018)

  • Taught writing workshops including: “Resumes and Cover Letters” (Spring 2017–Spring 2019) and “Introduction to Literary Analysis” (Fall 2016–Fall 2017)

Assignment design, writing instruction, and feedback on student work: Real Estate 420/720, “Urban and Regional Economics” in the Wisconsin School of Business (Fall 2017)


Leadership in Pedagogy Training, UW-Madison

2019
Ongoing Education workshop for Writing Center instructors: “Improving Inclusivity in the Writing Center’s Outreach Program”

2018               
Inclusive Pedagogies Working Group TA Training, Dept. of English: “Responding to Current Events in Literature and Writing Classrooms” (Nov. 2018)

2018  
Senior TA mentor, New Introduction to Literature TA Training, Dept. of English

2018
Annual Teaching Assistants Training, College of Letters & Science: Workshop: “Crafting a More Inclusive Classroom from Day One”; Roundtable for Teaching Assistants in the Humanities

2016–18
Outreach Team Training, Writing Center (Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2018)

2017
“Least You Should Know” Writing Center TA Training: “Resumes: Content, Argument, and Form,” Writing Center

2017 
Ongoing Education workshop for Writing Center instructors: “Writing Center Instruction in Post-Truth America”

2015–17
New Introduction to Literature TA Training: “Planning for the Whole Semester,” Dept. of English

2015 
Senior TA mentor, New Introduction to Literature TA Training, Dept. of English


Pedagogy Training Participation, UW-Madison

2016–18         
Ongoing Education for Writing Center Instructors:

  • “Responding to the Campus Climate Survey” (Fall 2018)

  • “Visuality Across Teaching Modalities” (Fall 2016)

  • “Meeting the Needs of LGBTQ Students in the Writing Center” (Spring 2016)

2017 Spring    
Writing Centers and Writing Across the Curriculum Leadership Discussion Series

2016 Spring    
Seminar on Teaching College: An Introduction to Undergraduate Pedagogy (HIST-978)

2014 Fall        
Writing Center Instructor Training and eight-week pro-seminar

2014 Fall        
First-year Composition TA Training and eight-week pro-seminar

2013 Fall        
New Introduction to Literature TA Training and eight-week pro-seminar