At the University of North Texas, I teach a wide variety of courses on the history of North America, the U.S.-Mexico borderlands, slavery, and the development of both the American South and Texas. I also teach courses on new digital methodology in historical research, focusing on building programming skills, abilities in data visualization, and digital literacy for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Courses I have taught in previous years include:

The Civil Rights Era in Texas
• The History of the United States
• Rise and Fall of the Old South
• The History of Texas, prehistoric to modern day
• Slavery and the American Frontier

Introduction to Digital Scholarship
The Civil Rights Era in Texas
• Historiography of the Southwest
• Borders and Borderlands
• The Era of the U. S.-Mexican War
• Advanced Methods in Historical Research