My teaching interests lie primarily in Sociology. I have taught Introductory to Sociology, Cultural Sociology, and Sociology and Public Policy. Beyond these courses, I have spent considerable time teaching in English and African American Studies. In English, I have taught courses in Academic Writing, Research Methods, and Technical Writing. In African American Studies, I have taught courses in Introduction to African American Studies, Black Women in the Diaspora, Black Freedom Movement, and Black Identities.
Each of these courses, across different institutions, has helped hone a pedagogical approach rooted in a deep appreciation for knowledge, its transformational potential, and, most importantly, the idea that students enter the collegiate classroom with a diversity of experience each of which uniquely positions them to contribute to the production of knowledge.