I am currently a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Government Department at Hamilton College. I teach a full 2&3 course load with upper level classes on Chinese Politics (syllabus: Politics in China 211F (Rasmussen) 28.8.15), International Political Economy (syllabus: International Political Economy 291F (Rasmussen) 28.8.15), Comparative Revolutions, and Sino-US Relations. Also you can find my teaching philosophy statement here: Teaching Philosophy and Approach (Rasmussen).
I have previously taught as a visiting lecturer at Renmin Daxue (People’s University, Beijing-PRC), leading a Masters level seminar on Theories of International Relations. I also acted as an adjunct lecturer at Boston College in the Department of Political Science, teaching a course on American Foreign Policy. Along with this teaching experience, I have been a teaching fellow or teaching assistant for over 12 classes at the undergraduate, continuing education, and graduate levels. All available student evaluations can be accessed below.
Adjunct lecturer for American Foreign Policy: American Foreign Policy (PO 516 Spring 2012) SYLLABUS and AFP COURSE EVALUATIONS (Rasmussen).
Teaching fellow/assistant at Tufts University (undergraduate level):
- Chinese Politics Evaluations (Rasmussen);
- Introduction to International Relations PS61 Course Evaluations (Rasmussen);
- Comparative Revolutions Evaluations (Rasmussen);
- Intro to IR Evaluations (Rasmussen);
- Globalization and Social Change Evaluations (Rasmussen).
Teaching assistant at the Fletcher School (graduate level):
- Statistics for Decision Makers (four semesters);
- Processes of International Negotiation (two semesters);
- The Rise of China;
- Compliance and Exceptionalism in International Law;
- US Public Diplomacy.
Course evaluations available upon request
Course leader (continuing education): Inside the Leviathan: Understanding the US foreign policy decision making process; Friend or Foe: Sino-US relations since 1949 Osher Lifelong Learning Evaluations (Rasmussen).