I do miss teaching. I left the classroom circa 2007.
The closest thing I've done lately is work on An Ed-Tech Guide (link), and I keep threatening to turn this into a "course" and not just "course content." I also facilitated a workshop in October 2012 at THATCamp Hybrid Pedagogy on "Publishing Outside the Academy (and Publishing Outside the Academy About the Academy)." (link) So maybe... maybe... you can say I still teach writing.
As a graduate student at the University of Oregon, I taught classes in Folklore, Composition, English, Women's Studies, and Comparative Literature. Below are syllabi for a few of the courses I designed and taught, with links to PDFs and to GitHub repositories which you are free, of course, to download or fork.
- (Women & Gender Studies 399) Feminist Science Fiction: Monsters, Cyborgs, and Women (Github, PDF)
- (Comparative Literature 103) Introduction to Comparative Literature: Visual Cultures (Github, PDF)
- (Comparative Literature 204) World of Fiction: Clowns and Tricksters (Github, PDF)
- (Comparative Literature 204) World of Fiction: World Science Fiction: Monsters, Aliens, Cyborgs (Github, PDF)
- (Comparative Literature 399) World of Film: Gangsters in Popular Culture (Github, PDF)
last updated December 2012