In my teaching and mentoring I inspire students to consider how technological innovation has impacted cultures of reading and writing, exploring questions at the intersection of science, technology, and literature. I’ve taught undergraduate courses on science fiction and modernist literature, classical reception, and first-year composition. I also welcome opportunities to teach graduate-level courses in literary theory, digital humanities, and textual materialism. 

Undergraduate Courses Taught

Carnegie Mellon University, Department of English–Pittsburgh, PA

  • Ancient Stories/Modern Lives
  • What is Digital Doing? 
  • Science Fiction Classics
  • Topics in the Digital Humanities: Corpus Rhetorical Analysis (TA for David Kaufer)
  • Interpretation and Argument