I have taught courses in nineteenth and twentieth-century American, British, and world literatures, along with courses in literary theory, Digital Humanities, and editing and publishing.

At present, I teach UCF's Literary Modernism course through the framework of "Global Modernisms and Little Magazines." Viewing modernism as an interdisciplinary movement spanning visual arts, literature, dance, drama and film, students trace how modernism's major movements--Imagism, futurism, Dada, and Surrealism--flourished in little magazines. 

I also teach Modern Asian Literature,  Translated Chinese Novels, and World Authors courses at the undergraduate level. My graduate teaching includes "Issues in Literary Studies" courses Literary Ghosts and The Unexpected and the Unexplained. I've also taught graduate seminars in Literary Theory and Postcolonial Writing. 

High Impact Teaching Strategies and Assignments
My focus is on ensuring that students receive rigorous introductions to diverse literary texts, critical approaches, and historical and cultural movements, along with realistic and robust preparation for a wide range of global careers in today's challenging job market. I have particular experience in teaching courses and assignments promoting:

*Undergraduate Research

*Student experimentation with Digital Humanities and alternative technologies
*Interdisciplinary approaches to literary texts
*Learning Communities and Peer Collaboration
*Transferable skills and employment preparation: textual editing and publishing, public speaking, multimedia presentations, journalism and academic-related publications through journals, blogs, and other live media sources
*Community Engagement and Service-Learning

MA/PhD Supervision 
I've supervised MA and PhDs on Arabic modernisms, little magazines and global feminist movements, and wood engraving in women's periodicals.