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 Ball State University.

Classes Taught

Ball State University

  • “Police, Punishment, and Race in U.S. History,” Ball State University History Department (Spring 2019)

  • “U.S. History since 1877,” Ball State University History Department (Fall 2018, Spring 2019)

  • “Introduction to Black History,” Ball State University History Department (Fall 2018)

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)