I strive to create a classroom where students from all backgrounds can hone their ability to analyze historical sources and narratives—developing a critical perspective not only on the past, but on the structures of power that continue to influence the present. My hope is that students will begin to see themselves as products of that past, as people who are similarly enmeshed in historical processes that shape, but do not determine, their lives. With any luck, students will leave my classes with the ability to critique those processes and express their ideas in convincing prose. 

Dylan teaches a range of classes across modern American history. For syllabi, please feel free to reach out via email.

-American Urban History

-History of Capitalism in Modern America

-Wall Street and Silicon Valley

-The United States since 1920

-Work and Leisure in Modern America

-World War II

-Food and History

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