Interdisciplinary scholars get to contribute to diverse academic departments and programs. Since 2003, I’ve offered courses in American Studies, Communication & Culture, Comparative Studies, Folklore & Ethnomusicology, and Rhetoric & Composition at Indiana University–Bloomington, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and The Ohio State University in Columbus. Student and faculty colleagues in all these spaces have enriched my own learning along the way.
The links below offer access to syllabi from some of the courses I’ve designed and taught.
- ENG 2270/CMPSTD 2350: Introduction to Folklore
- ENG 1110.01 (First-Year Writing): Roots and Fruits: Tracing Food Impacts
- AMST 293: Songs, Slams, Slogans: Poetry as Social Force
- FOLK 550: Introduction to Material Culture
- AMST 375: Food in American Culture
- A100: Performing America
- A202/F252: By Hand: The Art and Politics of Craft (2010 A202/F252 Student Project Blog)
- F401: Methods & Theories in Folklore and Ethnomusicology