Teaching

My teaching portfolio includes seminars and lectures within International Relations, Security Studies and European Studies. Below is a list of courses that I have previously taught as well as teaching materials that I have developed.


Developing teaching materials for NORTIA

My teaching case study entitled ‘The EU and Crisis Management’ is available here. It deals with the EU as an international security actor and its crisis management activities in FYRO/North Macedonia and Mali. The teaching case is accompanied by a teaching plan with information on how to teach this case.

Other teaching case studies by fellow NORTIA scholars are available here. NORTIA is the Network on Research and Teaching in EU Foreign Affairs funded by Erasmus+.


University College London

Lecturer/Co-Convenor

International Organisations: Theory and Practice (postgraduate)

Assistant Lecturer

International Security (undergraduate)

Terrorism (postgraduate)

Supervision of over 10 undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations

Personal tutor/academic adviser for over 20 postgraduate students


University of Kent

Assistant Lecturer

Globalisation & World Politics (undergraduate)

International Security (undergraduate)

Introduction to International Politics (undergraduate)

Politics of the European Union (undergraduate)


University of Bremen

Tutor/Teaching Assistant

World Politics (on the United Nations system)


Non-Academic

In addition to my teaching portfolio in higher education, I gained teaching experienced outside academia. I have designed, organised and conducted workshops and seminars on the following topics:

— European foreign policy

— European energy policy

— institutions of the EU and European elections

— resource conflicts, land and water grabbing

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