Teaching Experience

King's College London

Co-Instructor, South Asia and Global Security
Master's-level Core Course, 2014-15, 2015-16

Instructor, South Asian Politics
Undergraduate Course, 2015-16

Instructor, Qualitative Methods
Undergraduate Course, 2015-16

Instructor, India's Political Economy
Master's level Course, 2014-15

Instructor, Session on Concept Formation
King's Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Doctoral Training Centre, 2014-15

Co-Instructor, Applied Research Methods
Master's-level Course, 2014-15

Johns Hopkins University

Instructor, the Rise and Fall of the State;
Undergraduate Course, Spring 2014.

Instructor, Political Economy of Development;
Undergraduate Course, Fall 2013.

London School of Economics

Co-instructor, Capitalism and Democracy;
Master’s-level Course, Spring 2013.

Co-instructor, Comparative Conflict Analysis;
Master’s-level Course, Fall 2012.

Co-instructor, Political Economy of Development;
Undergraduate Course, Fall 2012.

Co-instructor, Politics of Inequality and Redistribution;
Master’s-level Course, Spring 2011, Spring 2012.

Co-instructor, Introduction to Comparative Politics; 
Master’s-level Degree Core Course, Fall 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012.

University of California, Berkeley

Instructor, Global Edge Program, Introduction to Comparative Politics. 

Graduate Student Instructor for:

International Political Economy
Introduction to Comparative Politics
Political Economy of Development
Extreme Encounters with Power

Teaching Interests

Comparative Politics, Politics of Development, South Asian Politics, The Rise and Fall of the State, Politics of Inequality and Redistribution, Comparative Politics, and Research Methods. 

[For my teaching philosophy and sample syllabi, please click on the links below.]
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