I teach courses in modern American history at the University of Connecticut- Hartford. I am affiliated faculty in American Studies, Urban and Community Studies; the Africana Studies Institute; the Center on Community Safety, Policing, and Inequality at UConn Law School; and the Sustainable Global Cities Initiative. I advise Honors theses in modern American political history and serve on PhD committees for students pursuing American political history and criminal justice topics.

Current Courses

Fall 2022

all classes offered at UConn Hartford

History 1502- US History since 1877

Monday, Wednesday, Friday- 9:05-9:55am (Hybrid)

Book: required- Building the American Republic volume 2. free version here. hard copy available through bookstore

History 2810- Crime, Policing, and Punishment in US History

Sample Syllabus: History 2810, Fall 2021

MWFr 1:25PM – 2:15PM (Hybrid)

Recent Courses

HIST / AMST 6850- American Studies Keywords: Crime, Policing, & Punishment (graduate course)

Reading list.