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TEACHING

TEACHING

I encourage students to pursue questions in IR through traversing and combining scholarship from a range of approaches including feminist and postcolonial theory, visual culture, critical security studies, STS, and new media theory. The proliferation of new communications technologies and the networks they engender mean that we must adjust our theories to accommodate the speed and scale with which flows of information, people, capital, and ideas travel and shape how we understand political community. In my courses, I invite students to embrace the complexity of global issues, to develop a literacy for planetary differences, and a technological literacy in new forms of communication and research. 

Researching the Politics of Violence (Graduate, Fall 2017)

Researching the Politics of Violence
(Graduate, Fall 2017)

Global Politics/International Relations (UG, Fall 2016)

Global Politics/International Relations
(UG, Fall 2016)

IR Seminar: Race, Violence and Global Politics (Graduate, Fall 2016)

IR Seminar: Race, Violence and Global Politics
(Graduate, Fall 2016)

Politics of Digital Labor (UG, Spring 2016)

Politics of Digital Labor
(UG, Spring 2016)

Feminism After the Human (Graduate, Spring 2016)

Feminism After the Human
(Graduate, Spring 2016)

Scope and Methods of Political Science (Graduate, Fall 2015)

Scope and Methods of Political Science (Graduate, Fall 2015)

Global Politics/Comparative (UG, Spring 2015)

Global Politics/Comparative
(UG, Spring 2015)

Digital Politics in the Global South (UG, Spring 2014)

Digital Politics in the Global South
(UG, Spring 2014)

US Policy in the Middle East (UG, Spring 2015)

US Policy in the Middle East
(UG, Spring 2015)

Politics of Gender and Islam (UG, Fall 2014)

Politics of Gender and Islam
(UG, Fall 2014)