Teaching

Northwestern State University of Louisiana

Undergraduate Courses

Composition and Rhetoric I

Ethnographic and Documentary Filmmaking

Experimental Video Production

Film Directors: The Coen Brothers

Film, Gender, and Sexuality

Film Genre: Melodrama

Film Theory

History of Film

Introduction to Digital Culture

Introduction to Film

Introduction to Literature

Major Writers in World Literature

Reading Blackness

The University Experience

The Southern Renaissance

Graduate Courses 

Contemporary Southern Literature

Literature and Food: Southern Foodways

Major Authors: David Foster Wallace

Southern Literature before 1920

Southern Women Writers

The Southern Renaissance

Reading Literature and/as Film: Screening the South

University of Florida (Undergraduate Courses Only)

Film Analysis

History of Film II: 1930-1965 

Introduction to Film Theory and Criticism

Bucknell University (TA)

Gender and Film

Early American Mythologies

Irish Literature

Literature and Composition

Other Relevant Experience

Presidential Fellowship as Multimedia and Web Designer, French and Francophone Studies Program, Bucknell University, August 2003 – May 2007.
Created web-based learning modules; edited and formatted video for use in learning modules; created websites for these modules using HTML, CSS and Flash; designed other graphics to serve as learning aides.

Teaching Interests
Film studies (analysis; theory and criticism; history; world; transnational; French and francophone; Latin American; contemporary; documentary; experimental; video art; video production; film and philosophy, literature, trauma, history, gender, race, and ideology), television studies, new media, digital humanities, narrative structure, 20th century and contemporary American literature, autobiography, memoir, biography.