My time at Wayne State has been filled with profound experiences that are inadequately translated into lines on a C.V. Conventions dicate this type of shoddy translation work, and so here it is!
This course on Major American Books challenged students to evaluate how aesthetic practices evolve in order to deal with "how history hurts" since 1850.
My upcoming Intro to Fiction course is themed on memory and the surreal. (Image a still from the Quay Brother's adaptation of "Street of Crocodiles").
Here, you will find course descriptions and materials for the wide range of courses I have taught in my two years at Wayne State:
ENG 1020: Introduction to College Writing
ENG 2310: Major American Books
ENG 2390: African-American Literature
ENG 2120: Introduction to Fiction
Observations and Evaluations
Students are the harshest critics, which makes them some of the best ones. Here, I will try to translate SET reports, colleague observations, and student commentaries.