Teaching, Awards, & Foreign Languages

 

Pont Neuf, Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Keats Sketch of Urn-Sosibios Vase

Sketch of Sosibios Vase, John Keats

 

TEACHING AWARDS

2014 – 2015    Nominated for the Faculty of the Year Award, Florida Southwestern State College

2013 – 2014    Nominated for the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Florida State University

2012 – 2013    Awarded the Joe Richardson Award for Excellence in Teaching, Florida State University

 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • 2015 – present: Assistant Professor, University of Lethbridge, Department of History

“Early Modern Europe, 1500-1800”

“The Old Regime and the French Revolution”

“Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe”

“Crisis and Catastrophe in History”

“History in Practice”

“Space and the City in Eighteenth-Century Europe” (Ind. Study)

“War in the Vendée” (Ind. Study)

  • 2014 – 2015: Professor of History, Florida Southwestern State College, Department of Social Sciences

“History of World Civilizations to 1500”

“History of World Civilizations, 1815 to the Present”

 

  • Spring 2012 – 2013: Graduate Instructor of Record, Florida State University, Department of History

“Ancient and Medieval Civilizations”

  • Summer 2012: Teaching Assistant, Florida State University, Department of History

“Ancient and Medieval Civilizations”

  • Fall 2010: Teaching Assistant, Florida State University, Department of History

“Old Regime and the French Revolution, 1715-1795”

TEACHING INTERESTS

  • Early Modern Europe
  • Age of Revolutions
  • Eighteenth-Century Europe
  • History of France
  • The Enlightenment
  • Atlantic World
  • History of Disasters
  • Women & Gender
  • History of Spain
  • Mediterranean World

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

  • Fluent in Spanish (native)
  • Moderate proficiency in French and Italian
  • Reading knowledge in Portuguese and Catalan