Teaching


Queen Mary, University of London IFP

Royal Holloway, University of London PIR


 

I am a teaching fellow in politics and international relations at Queen Mary, University of London. I instruct students on specific modules within the the college’s International Foundation Programme and Pre-Masters Programme

I began teaching in 2015 during my doctoral research. I have taught courses on both political theory and British democracy, two areas which inform my own research. I have also acted as a guest lecturer in political communication.

Prior to this, I gained two-years of experience in learning support, at both FE and HE institutions. This has strongly informed my teaching style, which promotes an inclusive learning environment

Listed below is my academic teaching experience. 

Current Teaching Modules 2018-2019

Introduction to Politics (Level 3) // Teaching Fellow Queen Mary, University of London

Introduction to International Relations (Level 3) // Teaching Fellow Queen Mary, University of London

Introduction to Politics and International Relations: Ideas and Concepts (Level 6) // Teaching Fellow (Course Convener) Queen Mary, University of London

Democracy in Britain (Level 5) // Visiting Tutor Royal Holloway, University of London

Previous Teaching Modules 2015-2018

Classic and Contemporary Readings in Politics and International Relations (Level 4) // 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018 // Visiting Tutor Royal Holloway, University of London

Democracy in Britain (Level 5) // 2017-2018 // Visiting Tutor Royal Holloway, University of London

Introduction to Political Communication (Level 5) // Guest Lecturer Royal Holloway, University of London