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Teaching

Teaching Experience (at Wisconsin-Madison unless otherwise noted; see website at http://www.davidscottgehring.com/)


Postgraduate Supervision

Doctoral projects on medieval legacies in Reformation England, and seventeenth-century Lutheran theology.

Lecture Courses and Seminars Administered

History 15: World History, 1500-1900, Fall 2011 (University of California-Riverside)
History 30: Witchcraft in Europe, 1450-1750, Fall 2011 (University of California-Riverside)
History 106: Western Civilization, Renaissance to Present, Spring 2011 (University of Wisconsin-Marathon County)
History 162: World History, 1500 to Present, Spring 2011 (University of Wisconsin-Marathon County)
History 123: Britain to 1688, Fall 2010
History 223: Religion and Conflict in Early Modern Europe, Mosse Lecture Course, Spring 2010
History 867: "Archives: What you need to know before you go" (For a resource list, click here, for the outline here), Fall 2007
History 361: “Radical Religion: 1640-1660” (For the Powerpoint, click here), Spring 2005
History 120: “Origins of World War II and British Appeasement” (For the Powerpoint, click here), Spring 2005
History 351: “Henry IV, Richelieu, and France in the Early Seventeenth Century” (For more information, click here), Fall 2004


Teaching Assistant

History 361: The Emergence of Modern Britain, 1485-1660, Spring 2009
Religious Studies 234: Genres in Western Religious Writing, Spring 2006
History 120: Europe and the Modern World, 1815 to Present, Spring 2005
History 208: Foundations of Western Religious and Intellectual History, Fall 2004


Reader/Grader

History 512: European Cultural History, 1610-1815, Fall 2005
History 208: Foundations of Western Religious and Intellectual History, Summer 2005
History 501: The History of Punishment, Spring 2005
History 208: Foundations of Western Religious and Intellectual History, Summer 2004
History 367: Society and Ideas in Shakespeare’s England, Spring 2004
History 361: The Emergence of Modern Britain, 1485-1660, Spring 2003

Honours & Certificates


George L. Mosse Teaching Fellowship (more info)

Captstone PhD Teaching Award Nomination (more info)

Early Excellence in Teaching Award (more info)

Completed Teaching Assistant and Diversity Training Courses (more info)