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    Courses Taught

    Clemson University

    African American Literature
    Three sections.
    Survey of literature and film from black American authors. Explores institutional institutional racism and systemic inequality in the United States and promotes empathy. Includes research, close reading, digital humanities, and multi-modal composition. 

    20th and 21st Century Literature: Black Art in the Black Lives Matter Era 
    Five standard sections. One online section. 
    Survey of new literature responding to the Black Lives Matter movement. Explores history and genre and promotes empathy. Includes research, close reading, digital humanities, and multi-modal composition. 

    World Literature: Global Graphic Novels
    Six sections.
    Survey of traditional post-Industrial novels and short stories compared to graphic novels. Explores history and genre and promotes empathy. Includes research, close reading, digital humanities, and multi-modal composition. 

    Young Adult Literature: Nostalgia and the Book Fair
    One section.
    Survey of award-winning early reader and young adult novels paired with interdisciplinary theory. Explores pedagogy and critical race studies. Includes research, close reading, digital humanities, and multi-modal composition. 

    Honors Composition and Rhetoric: Identity, Inequality, and Education
    One section. 
    Applies theories of post-structuralism, critical race studies, and sociology of education. Interdisciplinary research methods, multi-modal composition, and rhetorical analysis. Includes archival research. 

    Composition and Rhetoric: Race and Sport
    Two standard sections. Two summer sections for incoming Clemson athletes.
    Takes race and sport as a springboard for discussion of audience, genre, argumentation, and convention. Interdisciplinary research methods, multi-modal composition, and rhetorical analysis. Includes archival research. 

    Composition and Rhetoric: Deconstructing Disney
    Two sections. 
    Uses animated Disney films as an archive for discussion of audience, genre, argumentation, and convention. Interdisciplinary research methods, multi-modal composition, and rhetorical analysis. 

     

    University of Miami

    African American Literature
    One section.
    Survey of African American literature from slavery to contemporary. Addresses internal and external conflict reflected in aesthetic and historical movements. Creative archive critical fabulation assignment featured by UM Richter Library website. 

    Freshman Composition: Deconstructing Disney
    Freshman Composition: Food and Culture