I take an interdisciplinary and inherently ethical approach to teaching, where I have experience teaching human rights, political theory, global ethics, international relations and the politics of international law. I believe teaching should be student-focused, aiming to draw on their existing knowledge and skills to encourage their learning, with emphasis on demonstrating how gaining critical academic knowledge and skills is meaningful in their own lives.

School of Politics and International Relations, Queen Mary University of London

Current Courses

  • POL263 Modern Political Thought 1
  • POL301 Civil Society Placement
  • POL323 Critical Currents in American Political Thought

Past Courses

  • POL112 Introduction Into Politics
  • POL393 Justice and the Global City

Previous Teaching

For the interest of students and other teachers, I have collected reading lists from my previous teaching at City University London, Royal Holloway University of London, and The London School of Economics and Political Science.