Classroom 2008Since 2007, I have taught a number of courses in U.S. history as well as topics in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies and public history. In my teaching and mentoring, I often introduce students to museum studies opportunities and campus archives.

I am especially interested in introducing undergraduate and graduate students to object-based learning and rare book and special collections research, and in thinking how to build community as researchers and classmates working on often difficult histories–ideas that can be traced here:

Image Credit: Dan Dry for The University of Chicago Magazine (2008).

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