From 2011 until 2016, I again designed and taught a variety of courses including (but not limited to): History of U.S. Environmental Policy; History of U.S. Wars and Military Interventions post WWII; History of Vietnam; History of the U.S. 1970's; History of Religious Conflict and Resolution; Islamic History; History of Early to Early Modern Ireland; Historical Research Methods; Surveillance Society and Culture; World Military History (and overview); U.S. History Of Animal Rights Movement; Research Methods; Early Irish History;
Russian History; Religion, War, and Conflict Resolution (history).
During 2011 and 2012, I designed and taught a variety of English, History and American Studies courses at Rochester area colleges including Empire State College, State University of New York, Monroe Community College and St. John Fisher College. Courses taught include (but are not limited to): Surveillance in Society; Introduction to U.S. History; The Cold War; Crime and Criminals in History, Folklore and Legend; U.S. Prison Systems; Cultural History; Ethnographies and Oral Histories in World Civilizations; and College Composition.
From 2007 until 2011, I delivered several guest lectures at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Department of Fine Arts and the State University of New York, Department of American Studies on topics including the American Indian Movement, A History of Repression and Symbols in Tarot.