Occidental College, Department of Diplomacy & World Affairs The Global Politics of LGBT Rights (Spring 2019, Spring 2020) Social Movements in Comparative and Transnational Perspective (Spring 2019, Spring 2020) Comparative Politics of Europe (Fall 2018, Fall 2019) International Relations: The Changing Rules of the Game (Fall 2018, Fall 2019 x 2)
Department of Politics, Drexel University Introduction to Political Science (Spring 2017; Winter 2018) The Politics of the European Union (Spring 2015; Fall 2015; Fall 2017) Social Movements in Comparative Perspective (Fall 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2016, Fall 2017) The Politics of LGBT Rights (Fall 2015; Spring 2017; Winter 2018)
Max Weber Teaching Module, EUI and London School of Economics Historical Memory, Social Movement, and Political Identity, co-instructed with Franziska Exeler and Valerie McGuire (Spring 2014)
Department of Government, Cornell University Power and Politics: Mobilizing for Rights—The Politics of Activism in the European Union (Fall 2012) Methods of Political Analysis II, teaching assistant for Professor Peter Enns (Spring 2009; Spring 2010) EU’s Educator Tour of Eastern Europe, funded by a 'Getting to Know Europe' grant from the European Union, Institute of European Studies (Summer 2011)
Department of Social Sciences, Lower Columbia College Introduction to Comparative Politics (Spring 2007) Introduction to American Politics (Winter 2007; Spring 2007)
Recommendation Letters For students that have excelled in my courses, I am thrilled to discuss how I can continue to support you in your future endeavors. I place great value in my role of mentoring students, as well as writing letters for fellowship applications and applications to graduate programs.
It is usually best to chat about your future plans during my office hours. For students with whom I have discussed writing letters, please send the following documents to me in one email:
A draft (or more) of your application essay
A note highlighting any relevant accomplishments you'd like to draw my attention to.