My teaching experience in diverse environments–research universities, an arts college, and an Islamic university–reflects my commitment to education beyond borders. At Boston University I oversee an innovative, interdisciplinary MA in International Relations and Religion.
Teaching Interests: Comparative Politics, Religion and Politics, Law and Society, Southeast Asia, The Middle East.
Religion and International Relations, Fall 2016 [syllabus, student evaluations], Spring 2016 [syllabus, student evaluations], 2014 [syllabus, student evaluations], 2013 [syllabus, student evaluations]
The University of Wisconsin-Madison
Teaching Assistant, World Political Economy with Professor Edward Friedman. 2007 [student evaluations].
Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Comparative Politics with Professor Tamir Moustafa. 2006 [student evaluations].
Teaching Assistant, Introduction to International Relations with Professor Jon Pevehouse. 2005.
Teaching Assistant, Law, Politics, and Society with Professor Debra Spector. 2005 [faculty evaluation].
The University of Chicago
Teaching Assistant, State, Society, and Democratization in Southeast Asia with Professor Dan Slater. 2006.