AY 2021-2023 (Penn State University): On research leave (2021-22) and on sabbatical (2022-23).
AY 2020-2021 (Penn State University)
Fall sememster 2020, Prof. Few co-teaches a new class "Chocolate Worlds" (Anthropology/History/Plant Sciences 197) with Prof. Siela Maximova (Plant Sciences) and Amara Solari (Anthropology and Art History).
Spring semester 2021, Prof. Few teaches a gradiate seminar "Medicine, Science, and Technology in Latin American History" (HIST 578).
AY 2019-2020 (Penn State University)
Fall semester 2019, Prof. Few teaches the undergraduate course "The History of Witchcraft, Magic, and the Supernatural," and a graduate seminar "Latin American Ethnohistory."
Spring Semester 2020, Prof. Few teaches Hist. 178 "Colonial Latin America." She also teaches Hist. 302W, "Penn State in the Archives," a research seminar-style undergraduate class that explores the history of the University and university life at Penn State.
AY 2016-2017 (Penn State University)
Fall semester 2016, Prof. Few teaches an introductory undergraduate course on the history of colonial Latin America.
Spring semester 2017, Prof. Few teaches an undergraduate course on the history of epidemic diseases and a graduate seminar "Animal Histories in Latin America."
AY 2015-2016 (University of Arizona)
Fall semester 2015, Prof. Few teaches History 498, the undergraduate history major capstone research seminar, on "The History of Death and Dying in the Americas." She also teaches the graduate colloquium History/LAS 696K on "Critical Animal Histories in Latin America."
Spring semester 2016, Prof. Few teaches an undergraduate honors course on the History of Epidemic Diseases, and a graduate research seminar on Latin American Social and Cultural History.
AY 2014-2015 (University of Arizona)
Fall semester 2014, Prof. Few teaches History/LAS 465Z/565Z, a co-convened undergraduate and graduate course on the history of Central America. Spring semester 2015, she teaches a graduate colloquium on new research in colonial Latin American history.