TEACHING & ADVISING
I teach graduate and undergraduate courses including International Human Rights Law, International Law, Comparative Law, Public Law, Concept of Justice, Global Democracy and Social Justice, International Relations, Comparative Politics, American Government, and American Constitution.
In recognition of my teaching, I was nominated for a 2020 University Teaching Excellence Award and received a letter of commendation from the provost. I was twice awarded a fellowship and grant for teaching innovation from the College of William & Mary University Teaching and Learning Project.
45 of my students have published their coursework in journals, blogs, and newspapers, including Harvard Human Rights Journal Online, Oxford Human Rights Hub, Oxford University Politics Blog, Intersect: The Stanford Journal of Science, Technology, and Society (indexed in Google Scholar), E-International Relations, and The Washington Times.
Student publications from my courses are listed below as useful examples for current students.
I am particularly interested in advising students on conducting research and publishing in the areas of international law, human rights, legal theory, democracy and democratic theory, international relations, monetary theory, and international political economy, drawing on feminist, critical race, critical class, postcolonial, and intersectional approaches.
Below is a selection of work students did in my courses and got published.