Candler School of Theology, Emory University

ES 698: Ecoapocalypse (Fall 2021, Spring 2019)

ST 698 / ES 698: Political Theology and Community Organizing (Spring 2021, Spring 2018)

SR 620 / CC 619: Nonviolent Strategies of Social Change (August 2020, Summer 2019, Summer 2018)

DS 533: Anglican Theologians (Spring 2020)

ST 698: Theologies of the Salvadoran Martyrs (Fall 2019)

ES 669: Theology and Ethics of Reconciliation (Fall 2018)

ES 673: Voices of Nonviolence (Fall 2017)

University of Notre Dame

IIPS 93100: Dissertation Writing Seminar (Fall 2017 – Spring 2018)

THEO 20659: Christian Perspectives on War, Peace, and Revolution (Fall 2016)

Student Research Supervision

Candler School of Theology, Emory University

J. Derrick Cattenhead, DMin Thesis (2021-2022)

Forming Christian Conflict Workers research team supervision (2020-2021)

Kathryn L. Harper, “The Prophetic Pastor: The Role of the Pastor in Conflict Transformation in South Africa,” MDiv Thesis, second reader (2021)

Marisa Sifontes, “Caring for the Flock: Examing the Emotional Labor of African American Clergy in the Epsicopal Church,” MDiv Thesis, second reader (2021)

Lori Walke, “Progressive Political Theology for Policy Advocacy,” DMin Thesis (2019-2020)

Tina Spencer Smith, “Ecojustice and Environmental Ethics,” MDiv Senior Thesis (Fall 2019)

Jennifer Arnold, “Political Theology and Community Organizing,” Women, Theology, and Ministry integrative project (Spring 2019)

Pedagogical presentations

“Backward Design and Practical Reasoning,” Office of Student Programing, Candler School of Theology, Emory University (October 2019)

“Teaching as Formation,” Episcopal and Anglican Studies Contextual Education, Candler School of Theology, Emory University (September 2019)

“Conflict in the Classroom,” Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity, Laney Graduate School, Emory University (August 2019)

“Info circles for student led discussions,” Innovative Pedagogy Presentations, Candler School of Theology, Emory University (August 2019)

“Peace and conflict studies: An introduction to the field,” Graduate certificate in Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding, Graduate Department of Religion, Emory University (November 2017)