Teaching

Courses Taught

  • Quantitative Research Methods (300 level political science)
  • Comparative Governments and Politics (200 level)
  • International and Political Economic Relations, IPER (600 level graduate seminar – Development Studies)
  • Economic Analysis (600 level graduate seminar – Development Studies)
  • Democratic Theory (600 seminar level)
  • Institutional and Social Analysis (600 level independent study)
  • Institutional Survey (400 level independent study)
  • Introduction to Politics (100 level)
  • Introduction to International Relations (100 level)
  • The Problematic of State Building in the Developing World (Comparative Politics – 300 Level)
  • Political Evolution in Latin America since World War II (Comparative Politics – 400 Level)
  • State Reforms in Latin America since the 1970s (Political Economy with notions of research methodology – Graduate Seminar – 600-700 level)
  • Democratic progress and emerging citizenship in Latin America (Democratic Theory – Graduate Seminar 600-700 level)
  • Citizen participation, Social Movements and Social Capital in Latin America (Social Theory with a Service Learning Component – 400 Level)
  • Andean Politics (Comparative Politics – 400 Level)
  • Model Organization of American States (Participate in the Model Organization of American States international competition in Washington, D.C – 400 Level)