A teacher in search of his/her own freedom may be the only kind of teacher who can arouse young persons to go in search of their own.

Maxine Greene

open hands with yellow flower


Photo by Lina Trochez, Unsplash



In Fall 2019, I’m teaching Documentary Research, a course focused on traditions of social documentary, primarily within the United States, as well as emerging documentary practices and processes. Visit the course website for a closer look, including students’ documentary blogs, a part of our BergBuilds Domain of One’s Own initiative.


profile of my teaching at Muhlenberg College, featuring Documentary Research.




A documentary project on the slate belt of Pennsylvania, team-taught and co-created with Joseph Elliott (Professor, Art) and students in our team-taught course, Documentary Photography, Spring 2016:  slatestories.net.





Course blog for New Media Literacies and (Re)Framing Urban Youth Cluster, team taught with Jenna Azar in collaboration with Pearl Rosenberg (Chair and Professor, Education).



Scalar book project, Community Connections, produced with the RJ Fellows Class of 2015 in their Senior Capstone Course, Cultures of Change.