I teach social science research methods and political economy to undergraduate and graduate students studying political science and international relations. Previously, I was a Teaching Fellow at the Graduate Institute of Teaching, Tufts University. This Institute imparts formal teacher training through a combination of summer school lectures and practice. My inter-disciplinary research and academic training enables me to teach courses in research methods, political economy, international relations, comparative politics, and public policy.


Social Science Research Methods (PhD and MA). Fall 2019, Fall 2020. Course evaluations here.

Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis (BA). Fall 2019, Spring 2020.

Teaching Fellow

i) Development Economics: Macro Perspectives. ii) Quantitative Analysis using Stata for Ginn Library. iii) Quantitative Analysis using Stata for Tisch Library.

Teaching Assistant

i) Quantitative Methods in Social Science. ii) Quantitative Methods in International Relations. iii) History of International Development. iv) Applied Microeconometrics. v) Development Economics: Macro Perspectives.