Teaching

I encourage active learning through a discursive mode of pedagogy, and seek to enable students to become independent learners, giving them skills that will outlast their time with me. I have a postgraduate qualification in pedagogy (the Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education), and have published in this field. My research practice informs both the content and methods of my teaching.

Publications on Pedagogy:

  • ‘Textual Artifacts and their Digital Representations’, Digital Humanities Quarterly Vol. 9 (2015), n.p. (refereed online journal)
  • “The Compilation of a Secondary-Text Bibliography as a Group Exercise”, Good Practice in Teaching: 2002, n.p. (refereed journal)

Areas of graduate supervision:

Poetry and poetics of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; late-Victorianism, aestheticism, Decadence, early-modernism; literature, the arts, and technology. (I have supervised over 20 graduate research theses to successful completion — including more than 10 PhDs.)

Recent and current courses include:

— Cosmopolitanism and Cultural Exchange  (Seniors; Global Liberal Studies)

— Digital Cultures and Internet Identities (Global Topics course; Global Liberal Studies)

— The City and the Country; Modern Modes of Representation (an interdisciplinary course for Sophomores; Liberal Studies and Global Liberal Studies)

— Graduate Practicum in Digital Humanities

— Impressionism, Modernity and the Senses (Seniors; CAS)