Brainstorming, notes from the field, thinking through pedagogy in public.
Some exercises and assignments I've used as I teach Auburn's British Literature "survey" courses.
A brief writeup of how I am currently using Perusall, a collaborative annotation platform, including the language I include in the LMS.
Grant-funded project to make hands-on book making materials available to students in courses across the humanities.
ACTIVE LEARNING PANEL
An open discussion forum (recorded and available on YouTube) hosted by the Biggio Center with a panel of faculty that are well-versed in the ins and outs of managing active learning classes. With: Lynn Mandeltort, Ameya Kolarkar, Ana Franco-Watkins, Lindsay Doukopoulos, Thorsten Knappenberger, & Regina Jackson.
A three-minute video (recorded and available on YouTube) hosted by the Auburn Miller Writing Center.
A handout used in core literature courses and other courses for guiding students through initial encounters with books as physical objects.
PEER REVIEWED TEACHING PUBLICATIONS
"Perusall in Practice" Eighteenth-Century Intelligencer October 2020. [link here]
"Making the Motley Emblem: Marbling as Praxis" Teaching Tools: Tristram Shandy, Ed. Joel Sodano Studies in the Novel 2020. [author preprint here]
(With Chase Bringardner and Lindsey Doukoupolos) "Performing Frankenstein in the South: Sex, Race, and Science Across the Disciplines" for Adapting the Eighteenth Century: Pedagogies and Practices Eds. Kirsten Saxton and Sharon Harrow (University of Rochester Press 2020)