I have teaching experience in the fields of twentieth century US History, the history of the United States in the world, American religious history, and the history of World Christianity.

Presently, I’m an Assistant Professor of History at Hillsdale College in Michigan, where I teach the U.S. survey, as well as upper-level seminars on the twentieth century United States, American foreign relations, American religious history, and the history of American capitalism.

I have also taught extensively at Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns and facilitated several service-learning programs, including the Center’s Summer Service Learning Program, the Urban Plunge program, the Social Concerns Seminar on L’Arche Communities, and the Common Good Initiative.

During the 2017-2018 academic year, I taught at the University of Heidelberg’s Center for American Studies in the fields of American religious history and foreign policy.