Teaching and Projects

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Teaching

Lecturer:

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Lecturer: United States Women’s History: 1870-Present

Teaching Assistant:

  • Asian American History
  • United States History 101: 1619-1865
  • United States Women’s History: 1870-Present
  • United States 19th Century History
  • African American History: 1619 to Present

Adjunct Professor:

  • African American History, Survey Course
  • United States History, 1865-Present
  • Humanities

 

Selected Projects:

Equal Justice Initiative’s Lynching in America Project 

Equal Justice Initiative: Crawford Centennial Memorial and Freedom School Teach-in

Curator, Pop up Museum: “Return, Renew, Remember,” Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference at Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia, Richmond, VA, February, 2017

Curator, Pop up Museum: “Look Around: The Cries Will Be Heard,”  Samuel DeWitt Proctor Conference at Omni Houston Galleria, Houston, TX , February, 2016

Exhibit Co-Curator/Research Assistant, “Black Suburbia: From Levittown to Ferguson,” Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library, New York, NY September-December, 2015

Video of Panel discussion at Schomburg (links to livestream.com)

Exhibit Co-Curator: “Unbound-African American Artists’ Books and Illustrated Children’s Books,” Chazen Museum of Art: Kohler Art Library, Madison WI , Summer, 2010