Graduate survey course in political philosophy for Master of Public Policy and Master of Public Administration students (taught by Jane Mansbridge). I served as a teaching fellow in 2016 and 2018. Student Evaluation Score: 4.82/5 (average score for all teaching assistants: 4.37).
Upper-Level undergraduate course (taught by Frances Hagopian) introducing students to the key debates in the contemporary study of Latin America in political science. I delivered one of the course lectures on participatory institutions in Brazil. Student Evaluation Score: 4.6/5.
Lower-Level General Education course examining the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality and ethnicity in the history of the United States. I designed the syllabus, wrote and presented all class lectures, and created all class activities. I offered this course in the Fall of 2013 and the Spring of 2014.
Upper-Level Political Science course exploring the history of Marxist and Marxist-influenced political movements from the 1st International to the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela. Special emphasis is placed on the fraught but fascinating relationships between Marxism and democracy, and between Marxism and liberalism. I designed the syllabus, wrote and presented all class lectures, and created all class activities.