I am a regular speaker on campuses around the country and the world on a wide range of subjects focused on the future of higher education. These talks often focus on historical pedagogy and the digital humanities, but I also speak on the future of pedagogy at this moment of transition in higher education. Recent speaking engagements include:


  • “Our Path Forward,” Invited keynote address at Geschichtsunterricht im 21. Jahrhundert, Berlin, Germany, October 2017
  • “Trails, Paths, Teaching and Learning,” Invited keynote speaker at the University of Delaware Summer Faculty Institute, June 2017
  • “I Just Wanna Move Some Shit,” Invited keynote address at the Winter Symposium on Digital Literacy at the University of Rhode Island, January 2017
  • “The History Essay and its Alternatives,” 2016 Symposium on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Banff, Alberta, November 2016
  • “Playfulness, Authentic Learning, and the Future of Teaching,” invited lecture at the conference Public History International: Beyond school? Comparative Perspectives, Basel, Switzerland, September 2015
  • “Playfulness, Authentic Learning, and the Future of Teaching,” keynote address, University of Kansas Teaching Summit, August 2015
  • University of New Orleans, “Teaching Digital Humanities in the Digital Age,” Spring 2015
  • Elon University, “Digital Humanities and the End of Selective Ignorance,” April 2015


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