My teaching interests encompass a diverse series of topics and themes within nineteenth and twentieth-century US History.
I have taught a range of courses on US history in the Department of History at the University of Sheffield, the Department of History at the University of Warwick, the Department of History, Classics, and Archaeology at Birkbeck University of London, and the Faculty of History and Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Oxford.
A partial list of the courses I have taught can be found below:
University of Oxford
- Sources and Historiography | introductory methods course for Masters (MSt) in US History students.
- Global Business History | course for MBA and EMBA students.
- US Politics and Government | course for Masters (MPhil) in Comparative Government students.
- The Age of Neoliberalism?: Ideas, Politics, and Culture in Contemporary America | special subject course for second and third year undergraduate history students.
- EWF12: The Making of Modern America since 1863 | survey course for second and third year undergraduate history students.
- EWF9: From Independence to Empire: America 1763-1898 | survey course for second and third year undergraduate history students.
- DPIR 205: US Politics and Government | American Political Development survey course for second and third year History and Politics and Politics, Philosophy, and Economics (PPE) undergraduate students.
Birkbeck, University of London
- Repertoires of Resistance: Global Protest Movements from the Russian Revolution to Black Lives Matter | team-taught survey course for Masters (MA) students.
- The American Century: US Political History from 1900 | special subject course for final-year/Level 6 undergraduate history students.
University of Warwick
- HI2A8: The Formation of Modern American Culture, 1927-2017 | course for second year undergraduate history and American studies students.
University of Sheffield
- HST118: American History: From Settlements to Superpower | survey course for first year undergraduate history students.
I have also supervised undergraduate and Masters theses and dissertations on a broad range of topics at both the University of Oxford and Birkbeck, University of London. At Oxford, I am also actively engaged in doctoral student progression and assessment.