I teach courses in Political Science, African American Studies, and History.
As a Teaching Fellow at UCLA, I've taught a number of courses: in the Department of Political Science, in the fields of political theory, American politics, and race, ethnicity, and politics; as well as outside of my own department, in African American Studies and History. My classes span multiple intellectual interests, themes, and conversations, with a goal of engaging my students from diverse backgrounds in challenging conversations about the world around us.
Prior to my graduate study, I served as an English tutor at Washtenaw Community College, in Ann Arbor, MI. There, I assisted English instructors though writing lab assignments tailored specifically to the English composition curriculum, as well as provided general support to students with long-form writing assignments in a variety of field, subjects, and courses, including social studies, humanities, and life sciences.
- Introduction to American Politics
- Citizenship and Public Service
- African American Political Thought
- Ralphe Bunche and Diplomacy
- The Black Experience in Latin America and the Caribbean
- History of Neoliberalism
Sample/working course syllabi coming soon!