Courses Taught at Middle Tennessee State University (2017-Present):
Persuasion (COMM 4320)
Critical Methods in Communication (COMM 3740)
Women in the Media (WGST 3500)
Communication Theory (COMM 3300)
Gender Communication (COMM 3225)
Intercultural Communication (COMM 2560, ONLINE)
Fundamentals of Communication (COMM 2200)
Introduction to Women’s Studies (WGST 2100)
Courses Taught at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania (2015-2017):
Survey of Communication Theory (COM 240)
Small Group Communication (COM 110)
Introduction to Communication Studies (COM 140)
Fundamentals of Oral Communication (COM 10)
Courses Taught at Arizona State University (2010-2015):
Critical Postcolonial Auto-Ethnographic Writing (COM 692)—Graduate Seminar Assistant
Advanced Critical Methods in Communication (COM 407)
Rhetorical Theory and Approaches (COM 321)
Gender and Communication (COM 316)
Elements of Intercultural Communication (COM 263)
Small Group Communication (COM 230)
Public Speaking (COM 225)
Introduction to Communication Inquiry (COM 207)
Introduction to Communication Inquiry (COM 207, ONLINE)
Introduction to Communication Concepts (COM 100)—Teaching Assistant
Invited Teaching and Teacher Training Presentations:
“Communication, Culture, and Social Influence: Protest Rhetoric.” Invited lecture in COMM 2100 Introduction to Communication. MTSU, October 2019.
“Body Rhetorics and Social Movement.” Invited lecture in COMM 2100 Introduction to Communication. MTSU, November 2018.
“Media and Human Rights.” Invited lecture in ANTH 3710 Topics in Anthropology: Forensic Science and Human Rights. MTSU, March 2018.
“Listening.” Invited videotaped contribution for COMM 2300 online redesign. MTSU, December 2017.
“Designing and Delivering Poetry with Music Accompaniment.” Invited speaker in COM/MUS 217 Music and the Spoken Word class at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, March 2017.
“Teaching at ASU.” Roundtable speaker for the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Graduate Student Orientation at Arizona State University, August 2014.
“Revising and Resubmitting: Publishing Tips.” Roundtable speaker for JST 691 Writing for Publication graduate course at Arizona State University, November 2013.
“Non-Normative Sexualities, ‘Passing,’ and the Media.” Invited lecture in COM 316 Gender and Communication class at Arizona State University, November 2013.
“Critical-Feminist Pedagogy.” Roundtable speaker for the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication New Graduate Instructor Orientation Program at Arizona State University, October 2013.
“Cultural Studies and Media Representations of Race, Class, and Gender.” Invited lecture in COM 207 Communication Theory class at Arizona State University, April 2013.
“Museums, Materiality, and Performance.” Invited lecture in COM 494 Public Memory class at Arizona State University, November 2012.
“Postcolonial Theory and Visual Representations of the ‘Third World.’” Invited lecture in COM 323 Popular Culture and Cultural Theory class at Arizona State University, April 2012.
“Eat Pray Love and Postcolonial Feminisms.” Invited lecture in COM 323 Popular Culture and Cultural Theory class at Arizona State University, November 2011.
“Gender Trouble.” Guest facilitation of graduate seminar WST 501 Foundations of Feminist Thought at Arizona State University, November 2011.
“Introduction to Rhetorical Studies.” Invited lecture in COM 100 Introduction to Communication class at Arizona State University, March 2011.
Workshop Design & Facilitation:
“A Conversation about Racism: Connecting Past and Present.” MT Engage Event co-designer and facilitator (with Natalie Hoskins), MTSU, October 2020.
“Creating a Transformative Classroom Experience with Global Learning.” LT&ITC Workshop co-facilitator (with Maria Edlin King, Ann McCullough, Ashleigh McKinzie, & Laura White), MTSU, October 2019.
“Love, Sex, and Healthy Relationships.” Facilitator at the Women’s Commission and Women’s Center Workshop, KU, April 2016.
“(Re)Defining Rhetoric: Matter, Aesthetics, Affect, and Presence.” Colloquium featuring Brian Ott. Co-organizer (with Jordan Loveridge), Arizona State University, Spring 2015. (applied for and received competitive funding from the Rhetoric Society of America)
“Playback for Ethnographic & Qualitative Analysis.” Workshop co-facilitator (with Sarah Amira de la Garza and Chema Salinas) at the “Out of the Box” Scholarly Retreat, Payson, AZ, June 2013.