Teaching Interests

International relations, comparative politics, political violence and mass killing; internal conflict; international security; international political economy; undergraduate and graduate quantitative methods

Classes Taught

The US in The Global Economy (UMN 2015)

  • Advanced theoretical and formal theoretical approaches to the international relations of trade, resources, and finances


Teaching Assistant and Instructor Positions

Causes and Consequences of Civil War (UMN 2016)

  • Advanced theoretical approaches to the study of civil wars, their causes, and their aftermath

Global Environmental Cooperation (UMN 2015)

  • Intermediate theoretical approaches to the politics of the environment

Thinking Strategically in International Relations (UMN 2014)

  • Advanced game theoretical approaches to international relations


Other Teaching Experience

Language Instructor (Dartmouth 2010):

  • Introductory and Intermediate Hebrew

Preparing Future Faculty (UMN 2016):

  • A class designed to prepare graduate students for careers as teachers in an academic setting (student)