TEACHING EXPERIENCE & SUPERVISION

TEACHING

Lecturer, School of Politics and International Relations, Australian National University

EURO 2003 – European Union: Policies, Institutions and Challenges

POLS 2111 – Elections, Political Behaviour and Public Opinion in Australia (co-taught with Ian McAllister)

POLS 2134 – Gender and Politics

POLS 3025 – Contemporary Political Analysis (co-taught with Matthew Kerby)

POLS 3034 – Comparative Political Parties

 

Sessional Instructor, Department of Political Science, University of Calgary

POLI 201 - Introduction to Government and Politics

POLI 359 - Introduction to Comparative Politics

POLI 399 – Research Methods (co-taught with Paul Fairie)

POLI 477 – American Government

 

Sessional Instructor, Department of Political Science, University of Lethbridge

POLI 2610A – Introductory Research Methods

 

 

 

Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, University of Calgary

POLI 225 – Canadian Politics: A Comparative View

POLI 399 – Research Methods

 

Teaching Assistant, Département de science politique, Université de Montréal

POL 1008 – Forces et comportements politiques

POL 2005 – Les élections 

 

 

Honours

James Kitchen. 2018. “Eyes on the East: European Cohesion Policy and Public Opinion in Poland”. Australian National University.

 

Joseph Lewis-Hughes. 2018. “The Strategic Use of Misinformation: The Association between Misinformation and Framing”. Australian National University.

 

Isadora Bogle. 2016. “Media framing of female politicians: Evidence from Australia”. Australian National University.

 

Angus Wilson Mackie. 2016. “Why do Legislators Cross the Floor in the Australian Parliament?”. Australian National University.

 

Ph.B. (Undergraduate thesis)

Mitchell Porter. 2017. “Free Time, Gender and Political Participation”. Australian National University.

SUPERVISION

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