Teaching

My teaching goal is to support students in developing big picture thinking about world politics. Big picture thinking will equip students for a broad range of demands in future academic and occupational settings, such as policy advice and political risk analysis. To achieve these aims, I emphasize (1) the application of theoretical concepts to political phenomena in a comparative way, (2) the analysis of different perspectives in politics, and (3) the ability to write clearly, simply, and logically.

INSTRUCTOR OF RECORD

POL 417: Dictatorship: Could it Happen Here?

POL 204: Comparative Politics in the Age of Globalization

TEACHING ASSISTANT

POL 150c: Politics of Happiness
POL 204: Comparative Politics in the Age of Globalization
POL 201: American National Government

POL 202: Introduction to International Relations

GUEST LECTURES

Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam, 2015, “Growth and Poverty in the Age of Globalization” 

University of Arizona, POL 204, Spring and Fall 2019, “Competitive Authoritarianism/Hybrid Regimes”