Teaching

My courses help students develop the curiosity and vocabulary to ask big questions in world politics, and the skills to answer those questions using history, scholarly knowledge, and empirically grounded research. My teaching experience in diverse environments–-three research universities, an arts college, and an Islamic university in Indonesia–-reflects my commitment to education without borders.

Teaching Interests: Comparative Politics, International Relations, Southeast Asia, Religion and Politics, Social Movements, Qualitative and Multi-Method Research.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

People Power in Global Politics, Spring 2018 [syllabus, student evaluations], Spring 2017 [syllabusstudent evaluations].

Freshman Honors Seminar: How to Change the World, Spring 2018 [syllabus, student evaluations], Spring 2017 [syllabusstudent evaluations]

Southeast Asia in World Politics, Fall 2016 [syllabusstudent evaluations], Spring 2015 [syllabusstudent evaluationsfaculty evaluation].

Religion and International Relations, Spring 2019 [syllabus, student evaluations], Fall 2016 [syllabusstudent evaluations], Spring 2016 [syllabusstudent evaluations].

Islam and Politics, Fall 2016 [syllabusstudent evaluations], Fall 2014 [syllabusstudent evaluations], Spring 2014

THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON

Lecturer, Politics of the Islamic Revival. 2011.

Teaching Assistant, World Political Economy with Professor Edward Friedman. 2007.

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Comparative Politics with Professor Tamir Moustafa. 2006.

Teaching Assistant, Introduction to International Relations with Professor Jon Pevehouse. 2005.

Teaching Assistant, Law, Politics, and Society with Professor Debra Spector. 2005.

THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

Teaching Assistant, State, Society, and Democratization in Southeast Asia with Professor Dan Slater. 2006.

INDONESIAN STATE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY SYARIF HIDAYATULLAH

Lecturer, Empirical Research Methods (Metode Penelitian Empiris). 2009 [syllabus, faculty evaluation].

COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO

Adjunct Professor, United States Foreign Policy. 2008.