Courses Taught at Grinnell
- SOC 111: Introduction to Sociology (Sample Syllabus)
- SOC 240: Social Movements in the 20th Century (Sample Syllabus)
- SOC 275: Race and Ethnicity in America (Sample Syllabus)
- SOC 285: Contemporary Sociological Theory (Sample Syllabus)
- SOC 300: Applied Practicum (Sample Syllabus)
- SOC 390.01: Global Feminism (Sample Syllabus)
- AMS 130: American Beliefs and Cultural Values (Sample Syllabus)
- AMS 225: Theory and Methods in American Studies (Sample Syllabus)
- AMS 275: Special Topics in American Studies
- Black Women in America
- American Women's Autobiography (Sample Syllabus)
- American Masculinities
- Etiquette: Learning To Be an American
Previous Teaching Experience
- Visiting Professor, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China. 2010.
- Visiting Professor, University of Virginia, Semester at Sea, Charlottesville, VA. 2008.
- Visiting Professor, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 2001.
- Visiting Professor, Grinnell-in-London, London, England. 1995.
- Visiting Professor, Nanjing University, China. 1994.
- Visiting Professor, University of Pittsburgh, Semester at Sea, Pittsburgh, PA. 1991.
- American Studies Minority Scholar-in-Residence, Penn State, Harrisburg, PA. 1989.
- Graduate Assistant, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 1984-1986.
- Instructor, English as a Second Language Program, Student Exchange Program Affiliated with American University in Cairo, Egypt, 1983.
- Full-time Instructor, Community College, Wayne-County Community College, Detroit, MI, 1974-83.
- Part-time Special Educator, Selected by the New Detroit Initiative Team as one of the Wayne County Community College Teachers to instruct Classes in Race Relations to Detroit's All White Police Force durng the political and cultural transition of the first Black Mayor, 1974-75.
- Dance Instructor's Assistant, Toni Lewis' School of Dance at the YWCA, 1966-67.