Instructor of Record (Fall 2007-Present)

Survey of British Literature, Georgia Tech
Postcolonial Voices: “Can the Subaltern [Woman] Speak,” Georgia Tech (Honors Course)
Global Modernisms in a Digital Age, Georgia Tech
Postcolonial Literature and Theory, Georgia Tech
Modernism and the Machine, Georgia Tech
The “Troubles” of Partition: Ireland/Northern Ireland and India/Pakistan, Georgia Tech
The Censorship Files: A Study of Texts, Images, and Information, Georgia Tech (2 sections)
-Advanced Composition: The Rhetoric of Nonviolence, Kirkwood Community College
-Developmental Composition, Kirkwood Community College
-Advanced Composition, Kirkwood Community College (2 sections)
-Literary Studies for English Majors: Poetry, Drama, Prose, Illinois
-Introduction to Poetry, Illinois
-Modern Anglophone Fiction, Illinois
-Principles of Composition, Illinois (4 sections)
-Composition and Rhetoric, Texas A&M (2 sections)

Instructor, Writing Center Communication Workshops, Georgia Tech, (Fall 2016-Present)
– Intercultural Communication Tips for US Industry and Academia
– Global Communication
– Pitching Your Work to the Public
– The “Three Minute Thesis (3MT)” for Non-Native English Speaking Students
– Graduate School Application: How to Write a Personal Statement

Writing Center Tutor
– Professional Tutor, Georgia Tech, Fall 2016-Present
– Peer Tutor, Texas A&M, Spring 2004-Spring 2006

Teaching Assistant and Grader
-Business and Technical Writing, Department of Accountancy, Illinois (dozens of lower- and upper-level sections between Spring 2012-Spring 2016)

To read brief perspectives on my teaching philosophy, including sample composition and literature assignments, check out my essays in TECHStyle and Studies in the Novel.