Dr. Felker-Kantor has taught a wide range of courses in American history, African American history, urban history, and world history. He currently teaches in the History Department at DePauw University.

 

Classes Taught

DePauw University

·      “African American History,” DePauw University History Department (Fall 2017)

·      “Policing and Prisons in U.S. History,” DePauw University History Department (Fall 2017)

·      “The Civil Rights Movement,” DePauw University History Department (Spring 2018)

·      “Nineteenth-Century United States History,” DePauw University History Department (Spring 2018)

Marian University

·      “History of the Modern World,” Marian University, Department of History and Social Science (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017)

·      “History of Modern America,” Marian University, Department of History and Social Science, (Fall 2015)

·      “United States History,” Marian University, Department of History and Social Science (Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016)

·      “Historiography,” Marian University, Department of History and Social Science (Spring 2017)

·      “Power of Place: People, Space, and Environment in the City,” Marian University, Department of History and Social Science (Spring 2017)

University of Indianapolis

·       “History of the United States since 1865,” University of Indianapolis, Department of History & Political Science, (Spring 2015)

·       “Brief History of the United States since 1865,” University of Indianapolis, Department of History & Political Science, (Spring 2015)

·      “Brief History of the United States to 1865,” University of Indianapolis, Department of History & Political Science, (Fall 2014)