HistoricLee Relevant

An Education in History Education

Presentations

“Role-Play, Deliberation and Paris!” National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., 2 December 2011 (co-presenter).

“Deliberation and Experiential Education Through the Lessons of Paris,” International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, 24 February 2011 (co-presenter).

“LET THE MUSIC PLAY!: Harnessing the Power of Music to Engage Students in Social Studies,” International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, 24 February 2011 (co-presenter).

“A Beginner’s Guide to Teaching AP US History,” International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, 26 February 2010.

“Civics Through Culture,” International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, 26 February 2010 (co-presenter).

“Hardcore Punk Rock and Civic Mindedness,” Florida Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, 26 September 2009 (co-presenter).

“What the *BLEEP* Do I Do With This History Degree?!?,” University of South Florida Historians’ Guild Panel Discussion, Tampa, Florida, 15 April 2009.

“Thematic World History: A Defense and Field Report,” International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida, 26 February 2009.

“Music, Movements, and Memory: Hardcore Punk, 1980 – 1986,” Florida Conference of Historians, Jacksonville, Florida, 1 March 2008.

“The Identity Politics of Hardcore Punk: 1980 – 1986,” Phi Alpha Theta Florida Regional Conference, Tampa, Florida, 14 April 2007.

“The Yellow-Skinned Population is Strongly Given to Homosexuality: Envisioning China Before the Cold War,” American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 4 January 2007 (panel organizer and presenter).

“The Discourse of Chinese Otherness: U.S. Visions of Gender and Sexuality,” Loyola University Chicago History Graduate Student Conference, Chicago, Illinois, 29 April 2006.

“Theoretical Visions of Confucianism in American Political Science,” Florida Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Pembroke Pines, Florida, 8 April 2006.

“‘Homosexuality Goes Back to the Orientals’: Gendered and Sexed U.S. Visions of China,” Phi Alpha Theta Florida Regional Conference, St. Leo, Florida, 1 April 2006 (Awarded “Best Graduate American History Paper”).

“‘Homosexuality Goes Back to the Orientals’: Gendered and Sexed U.S. Visions of China,” University of North Carolina at Charlotte Graduate History Forum, Charlotte, North Carolina, 18 March 2006 (Awarded “Best Out of School Submission”).

“Paul Straub: Embodying Brokaw’s ‘Greatest Generation’ in Tampa Bay,” Gulf South History and Humanities Conference, Mobile, Alabama, 8 October 2004.

“A Radical Critique of 20th Century Atrocities,” School District of Hillsborough County Professional Study Day, Plant City, Florida, 16 February 2004.

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