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In my scholarly work I investigate moments of social change, questioning issues of identity, representation, and opportunity. As a result, I have become committed to critical pedagogy and I am proud of the tradition CUNY has as a public institution in this regard. The works of Paulo Freire, Ira Shor, Adrienne Rich and James Berlin inform much of what I do in the classroom. I have had success with grading contract, collaborative papers, class wikis and multi-media final projects.

Courses Taught

(Fall 2017) ENGL162W Literature and Place – Queens College, NY

(Fall 2017) ENGL130 Writing about Literature in English – Queens College, NY

(Summer 2017) ENGL242 Literary History – Queens College, NY

(Fall 2016) ENGL244 Literary Theory – Queens College, NY

(Fall 2016) ENGL110 First Year Writing – Queens College, NY

(Summer 2016) ENGL242 Literary History – Queens College, NY

(Fall 2015) ENGL242 Literary History – Queens College, NY
[Class Blog]

(Fall 2015) ENGL110 First Year Writing – Queens College, NY

(Fall 2014) ENG152W Works of American Literature – Queens College, NY
[Class Blog]

(Fall 2014) ENG110 First year Writing – Queens College, NY
Topic: Writing at Queens, NY
[Class Blog]

(Fall 2013) ENG110 First Year Writing – Queens College, NY
Topic: Bad Writing
[Class Blog] (Day Class)
[Class Blog] (Evening Class)

(Fall 2011) CSK095 Developmental Writing – Berkeley College, NY
Topic: Democracy & Knowledge
“An Analysis of Occupy Wall Street: A Collaborative Class Research Project” – A 47 page collaborative paper, with 30 additional pages of original transcribed interviews. The project was first written and edited on Wikispaces and then a printed copy was deposited in the Berkeley College library.

(Fall 2010) CSK011 Integrated Reading and Writing – Berkeley College, NY

(Spring 2007) College English – Shandong University, Shandong (China)

(Spring 2007) Oral English II – Shandong University, Shandong (China)

(Fall 2006) Oral English I – Shandong University, Shandong (China)

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