Teaching Experience

Instructor

Summer 2016 Research Mentorship Program

UCSB’s Research Mentorship Program is a “competitive, six-week summer program that engages qualified, high-achieving high school students from all over the world in interdisciplinary, hands-on, university-level research. Students will be paired up with a mentor (graduate student, postdoc, or faculty) and choose a research project from a large list of disciplines offered by the program each year.”
Research Assistant: Tammy Pham
Project Title: Sorella Fascista: The Collected Papers of Ruth Williams Ricci
Summer Sessions / University of California, Santa Barbara

Summer 2015 History 123B: Modern Europe in War and Revolution

This course analyzes the parallels between the unprecedented violence of the first fifty years of Europe’s twentieth century and the political, economic, and cultural developments of the previous one hundred years.
History Department / University of California, Santa Barbara

Winter 2015 Interdisciplinary Studies 184CF: The Digital Turn in Historical Culture
* Co-taught with Claudio Fogu
Interdisciplinary Studies / University of California, Santa Barbara
Spring 2014 History 99: Undergraduate Research Assistantship
Research Assistant: Andy Chen
Project Title: Sorella Fascista: The Collected Papers of Ruth Williams Ricci
History Department / University of California, Santa Barbara

 

Teaching Assistant

Fall 2012 – Spring 2016 History 2A: World History (Prehistory to 1000 CE) (4x)
History 2B: World History (1000 CE to 1700 CE)
(1x)
History 2C: World History (1700 CE to Present)
(2x)
History 4C: Western Civilization (1715 CE to Present)
(3x)
History Department / University of California, Santa Barbara
Fall 2012 / Fall 2014 Interdisciplinary Studies 94PU: History in the Digital Age
* Volunteer Teaching Assistant
Interdisciplinary Studies / University of California, Santa Barbara
Spring 2011 History 313: Comparative History of Love and Sexuality
History Department / San Francisco State University