Teaching

Teaching Interests and Experience

My teaching interests include both introductory and advanced level courses such as (1) Introduction to Political Theory, (2) History of Political Thought, (3) Modern and Contemporary Political Theory, (4) American Political Thought, (5) The Ethics and Politics of Migration, (6) Democratic Theory and Citizenship, (7) Human Rights and International Relations, (8) Refugees and Global Politics, and (9) Global Justice.

Instructor of Record

  • Politics of Belonging and Migration (PS 387)
    • Fall 2022, Loyola University Maryland
  • American Political Thought (PS 384)
    • Fall 2022, Loyola University Maryland
  • Introduction to Political Theory (PSC 125)
    • Summer 2021, Syracuse University
  • The Politics of Immigration (PSC 300)
    • Spring 2020, Syracuse University

Teaching Assistant

  • The Politics of Citizenship (PSC 307)
    • Spring 2019, Syracuse University (with Prof. Elizabeth F. Cohen)
  • Refugees in International Politics (PSC 300)
    • Fall 2018, Syracuse University (with Prof. Lamis Abdelaaty)
  • Introduction to Political Theory (PSC 125)
    • Fall 2016, Syracuse University (with Prof. Laurence Thomas)
    • Spring 2017, Syracuse University (with Prof. Glyn Morgan)
    • Spring 2018, Syracuse University (with Prof. Pamela Ryan)
  • Contemporary Political Philosophy (PSC 382/ PHI 471)
    • Fall 2017, Syracuse University (with Prof. Elizabeth F. Cohen)

Guest Lectures

  • Human Rights & Global Affairs (PSC 354)
    • “Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights,” Syracuse University (September 8, 2020).
  • Contemporary Political Philosophy (PSC 382/PHI 417)
    • “Susan Okin and Feminist Critiques of John Rawls,” Syracuse University (November 15, 2018).
  • Refugees in International Politics (PSC 300)
    •  “Refugees and the Ethics of Immigration,” Syracuse University (October 18, 2018)