At UCSB I teach courses on migration, Middle Eastern politics, and causal inference. In the 2022-23 academic year I will teach a course on Middle Eastern politics and direct the undergraduate political science honors program.
- “Politics of the Middle East and North Africa” (undergraduate, PS 150A, fall 2022)
- “Political Science Senior Honors Program” (undergraduate, PS 197A, 197B and 197C, academic year 2022-23)
Past courses at UCSB include:
- “Migration and Forced Displacement” (senior seminar/graduate, PS 196/594, most recently spring 2022)
- “Causal Inference” (graduate, PS 207, most recently spring 2022)
During graduate school I served as teaching assistant and section leader for graduate courses in quantitative research methodology, comparative politics, and international relations.
- “Foundations of Statistical Inference” with Peter Aronow (Yale, spring 2018)
- “The Design and Analysis of Randomized Field Experiments” with Alex Coppock (Yale, spring 2017)
- “Advanced Quantitative Methods” with Allan Dafoe (Yale, fall 2014)
- “Political Institutions and Public Policy” with Tarek Masoud (Harvard, spring 2011)
- “Middle Eastern Politics and Policy” with Tarek Masoud (Harvard, spring 2010)
- “International Relations: Theory and Practice” with Stephen Walt and Matthew Baum (Harvard, fall 2010)