This page contains student evaluations from the courses I’ve taught as the instructor of record. Each set of evaluations includes a cover sheet that summarizes the most common positive and negative themes in feedback, and a sample of comments. The full set of evaluations for the course follow after the cover sheet.
I do not have evaluations for the course I taught in Spring 2020.
Full details for each course, including syllabus, assignments, faculty observation reports, and my own end-of-term evaluations, can be found here.
|Rewriting the Past:
How History Gets Made
|How to Lie With Maps
From Carto-Curious to Carto-Critical
|One Foot in Front of the Other:
A Walking History of Walking
|The Orbis Terrarum:
The Medieval World Was a Globe
|The Briton’s Britain:
Constructing Medieval England
|Fall 2016 | Spring 2017|
|Where the World Ends:
Foundations of Medieval Geographies
Space, Place, and Movement in
|Fall 2014 | Spring 2015|
Image citation: Library of Congress, G1001 .C7 1959 (here)