My teaching methodology can best be characterized as student-directed. I begin each lesson by asking the student what he or she believes they need assistance with and structure the lesson from there. Students will find my style to be very conversational and laid-back while also focused and efficient. We always get where we need to be.
I am in the process of receiving my PhD in History from Northwestern University and have been teaching at the college level since 2011. I have a Master's Degree from Northwestern and a Bachelor's Degree in History from Seattle University, where I was also a writing tutor for 3 years.
I charge an additional $5 for any lesson that requires me to travel more than 15 miles. Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance or incur a $10 cancellation fee.
Mariah L. Hepworth
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, Evanston, Illinois
Candidate for Ph.D. in History, anticipated completion: July 2018
Dissertation: “When the Bestial War Shall Rule No More”: D.W. Griffith, World War
I, and the Making of the American War Film
M.A. in History, June 2011
Thesis: “The Birth of a Nation as War Film”
SEATTLE UNIVERSITY, Seattle, Washington
B.A. in History with departmental honors, summa cum laude, 2010
FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS, AND AWARDS
T.H. Breen Fellow, Chabraja Center for Historical Studies, Northwestern University, 2016-2017
Northwestern University Fellowship, Northwestern University, 2015-2016
Graduate Research Grant, University Research Grant Committee, Northwestern University,
Used to support research trip to New York City, January 20-February 3, 2014; visited Film Library archives at the Museum of Modern Art, Lillian Gish Papers at the New York Public Library for Performing Arts, and the National Board of Review for Motion Pictures Records at the New York Public Library
Summer Research Travel Grant, Northwestern University, History Department, Summer 2014
Used to support research trip to Los Angeles, August 4-August 18, 2014; two weeks of concentrated research at the UCLA Film and Television Archive examining short films, feature- length films, and documentary footage from period 1906-1948
Northwestern University Fellowship, Northwestern University, 2010-2011 and 2013-2014
Jerry and Marie Ward Memorial Scholar, Seattle University, 2009
Costco Scholar, Seattle University, 2006-2010
Regents Scholar, Seattle University, 2006-2010
Instructor, The University of Alabama at Birmingham
HY105: World History 1500-present, Fall 2017
HY120: The United States to 1877, Spring 2018
HY 121: The United States since 1877, Spring 2018
Instructor, Northwestern University
HIST 316: The Sixties, Summer 2017
HIST 210-2: U.S. History, Reconstruction to the Present, Summer 2016
Teaching Assistant, Northwestern University 2011-2013; 2014-2015
HIST 316: The Sixties, Professor Michael Sherry, Fall 2015
HIST 317-2: American Cultural History: 20th C. to the Present, Professor Michael Sherry, Spring 2015
HIST 316: The Sixties, Professor Michael Sherry, Fall 2014
HIST 300: The Evolution of Chicago, Professors Henry Binford and Carl Smith, Spring 2013
HIST 316: The Sixties, Professor Michael Sherry, Fall 2012
HIST 324/GNDR_ST 324: American Gay and Lesbian History, Professor Lane Fenrich,
HIST 210-1: History of the United States, Precolonial to the Civil War, Professor Caitlin Fitz,
HIST 315-2: United States History from 1929 to 1969, Professor Michael Sherry, Fall 2011
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