Teaching Philosophy

As a Marion L. Brittain Fellow and instructor at the School of Literature, Media and Culture at Georgia Institute of Technology. I taught courses in Early modern drama, media studies and popular culture. Prior to my position at Georgia Tech, I was a sessional instructor in English at the University of Waterloo. There I taught survey courses on British Literature and the Short Story, thematic courses on The Rebel and Youth and Adolescence, and Academic and Business Writing. In addition I was a guest lecturer and teaching assistant in Drama department courses in Theatre History and Criticism.

See Select Courses page for more information about the following:
➢ The Rhetoric of Digital Media and Interaction Design (Spring 2013)
➢ Shakespeare's (English) Histories (Fall 2012)
➢ #DigitalBard: New Media Approaches to Shakespeare Studies (Spring 2012)
➢ “Are you a member of the noble city?”: London City Comedy (Fall 2011)
➢ Introduction to Media Studies (Spring 2011)
➢ Lights, Camera, Action ... Murder! (Spring 2011)
➢ The Cult(ure) of Celebrity – Developing a Discourse (Fall 2010)