My teaching covers:

  1. introductory international relations
  2. quantitative methods
  3. substantive courses on human rights

At the University of Nottingham, I have recently developed two new modules on State Repression, and on Business & Human Rights, while also contributing to team-taught introductory courses for first-year UG students. I further teach introductory and advanced quantitative methods courses.

Before I came to Nottingham, taught a variety of interdisciplinary quantitative courses for graduate students at the University of Cambridge.

  • 20202020

    Business & Human Rights

    Research-led, 30 students, 3rd-year UG (new in Spring 2020)

  • Present2016

    Understanding Global Politics (UG)

    Team-taught, ca. 350 students, lectures and seminars, 1st year UG

  • 20172016

    Problems in Global Politics

    Team-taught, ca. 350 students, lectures and seminars, 1st year UG

  • 20172016

    Student Dissertations

    Amar Patel, Ruby Webster, Cassandra Jagroop, Sirapat Prompataya (MA), Pai Kang (PhD)

  • 20132010

    International Relations I (small-group supervisions)

    University of Cambridge

  • 20162012

    Quantitative Teaching at University of Cambridge (PG)

    1. Replication Workshop (more info)
    2. Missing Data Workshop
    3. Foundations in Applied Statistics Module
    4. Regression Module
    5. Bivariate Association