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COLORADO COLLEGE, 2016-present
HY217: American Frontiers
HY104: Justice, Injustice, and Bodies on the Margins (with Prof. Jane Murphy)
HY212/EV273: American Environmental History
HY231: Civil War and Reconstruction, 1845-1877
HY206: US History since 1860
RM200/HY110: Power, Place, and Protest in the West (Fall 2017 FYE with Dr. Dwanna Robertson)
HY410/420: Senior Seminar (Newberry Library)/Senior Essay
DAVIDSON COLLEGE, 2015-2016
ENV 256/HIS 365: Environmental History
WRI 101: Writing Climate Change
HIS 244: Settlement of the US West, 1800-1900
ENV 203: Environmental Humanities
ENV 340: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral
CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 2008-2015
HIS 1173: Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: The Museum in American History (Spring 2014)
HIS 1147: American Beauty: Exploring Ideas about Nature and Place (Spring and Fall 2012)
Teaching Assistant for Cornell courses in environmental history, environmental ethics, Civil War and Reconstruction, 20th century American history, the history of exploration, and Cornell Summer College courses in the history of medicine and environmental history.
Pikes Peak, taken January 10, 2018.