I teach four undergraduate courses per year, ranging from second year to fourth-year seniors. My pedagogy is research-based, and I aim to equip students with the essential skills of a historian, such as critical reading and the ability to place events or people into their larger contexts and settings, as well as the most cutting-edge methods for historical analysis, such as large-scale text mining or digital mapping.


HIST2P26: Introduction to Digital History

HIST2P55: The Culture of War in Early Modern Europe

HIST3p19: Histories of Crime and Violence

HIST4P55: Social History of Renaissance Europe


HIST2P99: Ideas and Culture Before 1850

HIST2P55: The Culture of War from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century

HIST2P25: Revolutions in Communication

HIST3P31: The Historian’s Toolbox

I also taught at the University of Toronto and Dalhousie University as a graduate student. Beyond the undergraduate classroom I’ve led many seminars and workshops on digital history, GIS for historians, and archival skills development for undergraduate and graduate audiences.

Teaching at the University of Toronto

HIS357Y: Social History of the Renaissance (Spring 2015 and 2016)

Teaching at Dalhousie University

HIST4162: Advanced Seminar in Baroque Culture, Summer Abroad Course in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic, June 2015