Graduate Teaching

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ENGL 5370 Scholarly Publication, taught by Dr. Estee Beck. University of Texas at Arlington, Fall 2018.

I will be giving an invited talk for Dr. Beck’s class per her invitation to discuss with her graduate students about how to find appropriate venues for publication, how to submit an article for publication, and my own publication experiences as an early career scholar. Full Syllabus may be found on the "Teaching" page of Dr. Beck's UTA Mentis Profile.

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WGST 50103 Feminist Inquiry, taught by Dr. Sarah Robbins. Texas Christian University, Fall 2018.

I will be giving an invited talk for Dr. Robbins’ class per her invitation to discuss my research on early feminist body theories in medical fiction, feminist metholodogies for research and inquiry, and to discuss my current book project, Un(dis)covered Bodies. Full WGST 50103 Syllabus. Dr. Robbins' blog for this course my be found here

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ENGL 5326 Topics in American Literature before 1900: Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson, taught by Dr. Desiree Henderson. University of Texas at Arlington, Fall 2016.

I served as a visiting scholar to Dr. Desiree Henderson's graduate course. My article, “Always Already Sexual: New Materialism in Whitman’s Leaves of Grass,” was included on her syllabus for assigned reading (below). I discussed my current research and scholarship in environmental literature and answered questions for her students. Full ENGL 5326 Syllabus. Full Chapter: Always Already Sexual: New Materialism in Whitman's Leaves of Grass