This page lists the courses I have designed and taught (as of August 2022). A dagger† indicates a team-taught course to which I contributed as a junior member. The list does not include my several teaching assistantships at Syracuse University between 2007 and 2011.

These courses were taught on a freelance basis; the syllabuses sampled here are my original work. They sometimes incorporate or adapt text that was provided by institutional offices to advertise their policies and services. Otherwise, neither these syllabuses nor any other content on this website necessarily represent the opinions of the universities or departments where they were taught.

La Salle University

(2013-2014 and 2019-present, Philadelphia, Pa.)

  • AMST 100: American Dreams: American Themes
  • HON 121: Historical Perspectives I (PDF)
  • HON 122: Historical Perspectives II (PDF)
  • HIS 155: Themes in American History (PDF)
  • HIS 251: Global History from 1500 to the Present
  • HIS 615/663: History of Philadelphia (in person and remote/synchronous)

Rowan University

(2019-present, Glassboro, N.J.)

  • HIST 05150: United States History to 1865 (PDF)
  • HIST 05151: United States History Since 1865 (in person and remote/synchronous)

Marywood University

(2015-present, Scranton, Pa.)

  • HIST 100: Roots of the Modern World (in person and online/asynchronous)
  • HIST 105: Ethnicity and Diversity in the Modern World (PDF)
  • HIST 252: United States History to 1865
  • HIST 253: United States History since 1865

University of Scranton

(2015-2019, Scranton, Pa.)

  • HIST 130: World History I
  • HIST 131: World History II
  • WRTG 107: (First-Year Writing) Composition (PDF)

Syracuse University

(2011-2012, Syracuse, N.Y.)

  • MAX 123: Critical Issues for the United States†