My current teaching interests center on the rather expansive topics of international relations (IR) and IR theory, international security and governance, and qualitative research methods.
Supervision: I am interested in supervising research projects related to international organizations, especially in the global south, foreign policy-making, and cooperation and conflict among states more generally. I am particularly interested in projects that engage with social IR theory and/or qualitative research methods. Please email me or visit my office hours if you would like to chat!
Current Course Offerings
In the 2018-2019 academic year, I am teaching:
Introduction to International Relations (POLS285), both as an honors seminar (Fall 2018) and on-line (Spring 2019);
Regional Security (POLS381), Fall 2018, and;
Contemporary Foreign Policy (POLS384), Spring 2019.
In the past, at both NIU and the University of Toronto, I taught:
International Organizations (POLS686, Graduate Seminar), Spring 2018
Qualitative Methods (POLS645, Gradaute Seminar), Fall 2017
Introduction to International Relations (POLS285), Spring 2017
Introduction to International Relations (POLB80), Summer 2016
I have also worked as Head Teaching Assistant or Teaching Assistant for 25 courses (at the University of Toronto) covering topics including IR theory, international security, critical security studies, comparative politics, US and comparative foreign policy, international political economy, and both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
In 2014 I received the Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award from the Department of Political Science, University of Toronto Mississauga after three previous nominations.
Current course offerings and syllabi are available here. Additional syllabi and course evaluations are available upon request.