Teaching

List of Courses Taught

Course Instructor

“HST 591: Digital History,” SHPRS, Arizona State University, Online, Fall (B), 2016*

“SOS 494-598: History and Future of the Anthropocene,” Arizona State University, Fall 2016*

"The Town that Cotton Built," SOS 598 field trip with Dr. Phil VanderMeer

“The Town that Cotton Built,” SOS 598 field trip with Dr. Phil VanderMeer, Tempe, AZ

“SOS 110: Sustainable World,” Arizona State University, Fall 2016

“HST 580: Geographic Information Systems for Historians,” Arizona State University, Summer 2016* Article on Course Project Results

“HST 306: Modeling the Past for the Future,” SHPRS, Arizona State University, Winter 2016

“HST 591: Digital History,” SHPRS, Arizona State University, Online, Fall (B), 2015*

“EELC 1100: Critical Issues in World History,” English Language Centre, University of Western Ontario, Winter 2014

History 9808: Digital History,” History, University of Western Ontario, Fall 2013.*

“History 1805e: Science, Technology and Global History,” History, University of Western Ontario, 2013-2014, and 2012-2013, Fall and Winter.

“History 309: Picturing Places: Maps, Culture, and Power,” History, University of Prince Edward Island, Summer 2012.*

“Env 409: Special Topics – Environmental History and PEI,” Environmental Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, Fall 2011.

“Env 409: Special Topics – Environmental History and PEI,” Environmental Studies, University of Prince Edward Island, Summer 2010. Cross-listed with Island Studies 409 and 614 for graduate students.*

Instructor, “History 4620: Seminar in North American Rural History,” History, University of Guelph, Winter 2006.*

*Courses with MA and MSc students.

Workshops

MacFadyen, J., Cazel-Jahn, A., and Goddard, K., “Digital and Public History in the Anthropocene,” Walton Sustainability Museums Workshop, Tempe, 7 December, 2016

“Staying Warm and Fed Without Oil: Toward a History of Traditional Energy Carriers in Canada,” History Faculty, Works in Progress, ASU, September 30, 2016

“Teaching with Historical GIS,” Arizona Council for History Education, Mesa, 20 August, 2016.

“Hewers of Wood: Biomass Energy in Canada, 1850-1950,” School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning Research Colloquium, ASU, October 2015

“Using Model Builder to Prepare Data for Historical Research,” Workshop leader at the Historical GIS Lab’s Digital Hackspace, University of Saskatchewan, 18 September 2014.

“Postdoctoral Fellowships: The In-between Years,” Workshop leader at the Graduate Program’s Professional Development Seminars, History, University of Western Ontario, 6 March 2014.

“Applying for Postdoctoral Funding,” Workshop leader at the Graduate Program’s Schedule Chats, Department of History, University of Western Ontario, 4 October 2013.

“GeoWATCH: Geospatial Workshops in Atlantic Canadian History,” a Network in Canadian History & Environment supported workshop series http://niche-canada.org/geowatch
With Dr. Claire Campbell, I offered training in spatial methods and Geographical Information Systems for undergraduate and graduate students in history.  These were offered in workshops in three locations:

  • the NiCHE Canadian History and Environment Summer School at St. Andrews, NB
  • a workshop for University of Prince Edward Island students and faculty in Charlottetown, PE
  • a fieldtrip for Dalhousie History and Sustainability students in Grand Pre, NS

“GIS workshops,” Institute of Island Studies and UPEI International Development trip to Chile. I led GIS workshops for the purpose of building capacity in Island Studies and cultural values mapping at ARCIS University, Chiloe Island, Los Lagos, February 2011.

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