During the Fall 2017 semester at Skidmore College, I will be teaching Introduction to Comparative & International Politics and two upper-level undergraduate seminars- Africa’s Rise in a Changing World and States, Markets, and Politics in Developing Countries.

In Spring 2018, I will be teaching Introduction to Comparative & International Politics, International Interventions and Post-Conflict Politics, and Democratic Erosion, a cross-university collaborative course.

For Brown’s pre-college summer program, I designed and taught “The New World (Dis)Order: Terrorists, Insurgents, and Revolutionary Movements in the 21st Century.” This course explores conflict processes and international politics, looking at inter-state war, civil war, terrorism, humanitarian interventions, and international institutions.  I have also served as a teaching assistant for courses in international relations, comparative politics, and public policy and political theory at Brown University.  To strengthen my teaching, I completed two year-long seminars on pedagogy and course development with Brown University’s Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning.