Adjunct Instructor (University of Rochester)
- PSC/IR 106: Introduction to International Relations, Summer 2017, 2018.
Course Description: This introductory course is designed to provide students with the history, background and analytical tools to understand and analyze contemporary international issues among states. The course will cover the wide range of issues involved in the field of international relations including the modern theoretical debates such as neorealism and neoliberalism, the causes and effects of international conflicts, and economic development and globalization. In addition, we will explore important topics in the 21st century such as transnational terrorism, international law and human rights, global warming, financial crises, and the rise of China. The ultimate goal of this course is to develop critical thinking concerning issues in world politics.
- PSC/IR102: Introduction to International Political Economy (Randall Stone, Spring 2018)
- PSC/IR270: Mechanisms of International Relations (Hein Goemans, Spring 2016)
- PSC/IR106: Introduction to International Relations (Scott Abramson, Fall 2015)
- PSC/IR256: Theories of Comparative Politics (G. Bingham Powell, Jr., Spring 2015)
- PSC/IR273: The Politics of Terrorism (Alexander Lee, Fall 2014)