I am excited for the opportunity to teach a wide array of courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. This could include courses such as the following:

  • Comparative Politics/International Relations
    • Introduction to Comparative Politics/International Relations
    • Ethnic Politics
    • Media and Politics
    • Conflict/Political Violence
  • Middle East
    • Middle East Politics
    • Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
  • Methods
    • Introductory Quantitative Methods (Graduate and Undergraduate)
    • Experimental Methods
    • Text as Data
  • Political Psychology
    • Introduction to Political Psychology
    • The Psychology of Intergroup Relations and Conflict


Teaching Experience, Harvard

GOV 2001: Advanced Quantitative Research Methodology

  • Spring 2017, teaching fellow to Michael Peress; 4.7/5, awarded certificate of distinction in teaching by the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning

GOV 2000: Introduction to Quantitative Methods I

  • Fall 2016, teaching fellow to Matthew Blackwell


Teaching Experience: Brigham Young University

ARAB 201: Intermediate Arabic

  • Fall 2012, teaching assistant to Dilworth Parkinson

PLSC 200: Political Inquiry

  • Fall 2010, teaching assistant to Scott Cooper