Chris has taught in a variety of formal and informal teaching environments. As his teaching statement makes clear, Chris strives to be a student-centered educator who emphasizes the critical thinking skills the historical discipline is known for.
Because he has focused on the intersecting histories of religion, medicine, gender, and sexuality, Chris is prepared to teach an impressive array of undergraduate and graduate courses.
SURVEYS AND INTRODUCTORY COURSES
- U.S. History through the Civil War
- U.S. History since the Civil War
- American Civilization / Introduction to American Studies
- Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
- Introduction to Sexuality Studies
- American Religious History
- U.S. Intellectual History
UPPER-DIVISION AND GRADUATE COURSES
- History and Systems of Psychology
- Religion and Politics in the Modern U.S.
- Research Capstone (Undergraduate and Graduate)
- Historical Research Methods
- The Teaching of History/Social Studies
- Advanced Methods of Teaching History/Social Studies
- From Goldwater to Trump: A History of Modern American Conservatism
- The Long Civil Rights Movement
- LGBTQ+ U.S. History
- Sexual Health and Politics in the 20th-Century U.S.
- Museums, Podcasts, and Blogs: An Introduction to Public History