Each semester students from Emory’s History graduate program enter the classroom to teach courses they have designed and developed through the TATTO program. This spring five third-year graduate students are teaching dozens of Emory undergraduates, exposing them to fascinating topics ranging across time and space.
These courses enable graduate students to gain valuable experience teaching subjects directly linked to their own research interests. More broadly, the experience forms part of the History Department and Laney Graduate School’s holistic training that prepares graduate students for careers in teaching and research.
Below are the five courses being taught this semester, along with links to the profiles of each instructor and the syllabi:
- Hanne Blank, “Topics in History and Text: How Sexuality Created America“
- Cassandra Casias, “The Virgin and the Whore in the Ancient World“
- Claudia Kreklau, “The ‘Making’ of Modern Europe“
- Abigail Meert, “Violence in Twentieth-Century Africa“
- Angie Picone, “Voyages, Culture, Sex: Journeys Around the History of Modern Latin America“