Teaching

I am a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. I completed a two-year training to obtain Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, an accredited certification by UK HEA, provided at the LSE.

Durham University

Core Concepts in Political Science (course convenor); 2017-2018, 2018-2019, Spring 2020

This is an advanced course in Comparative politics for graduate students

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Historical Origins of Political Institutions (course convenor); 2018-2019, Spring 2020

This is an optional, Level 3 undergraduate course for Politics students

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Guest [selected] lectures for Research Project (UG, Methods); Fall 2017, Fall 2018

Guest [selected] lectures for  Research Methods and Dissertation Production  (PG, Methods); Spring 2018

Guest [selected] lectures for Analytical Politics (UG, Methods); Spring 2020

Guest [selected] lectures for Introduction to Comparative Politics (UG, Comparative Politics); Spring 2019, Spring 2020

London School of Economics (Small-Group Teaching)

MY452: Applied Regression Analysis (with Ben Lauderdale) 

This is an advanced course in Applied Regression for graduate students at the Methodology Department.

GV101: Introduction to Political Science (with Simon Hix)

This is an introductory course to Comparative Politics at the Department of Government.

 

  • Guest lecture on Political Preferences, Ideologies and Dimensions (approx. 200 students) - Fall 2015

  • In 2015 and 2016, I have been nominated for a Staff Teaching Excellence Award by the Students at the LSE

  • You can download some of my teaching resources here.

LSE100: The LSE Course (with Jonathan Leape)

This is a School-wide introductory course to social sciences.

 

  • Runner-up in the Teaching Excellence category at the inaugural Guardian University Awards 2013

GV225: Public Choice and Politics (with Torun Dewan & Valentino Larcinese)

This is a course for second and third year students at the Department of Government.

EC260: Political Economy and Public Policy (with Torun Dewan and Valentino Larcinese)

This is a Summer School course for postgraduate and advanced undergraduate students.

LSE, GV101 lecture, Fall 2015