I teach a variety of courses and seminars on topics related to International Relations and Middle East Studies.
In my lectures, I attempt to break down complex ideas and abstractions into pieces that are easier for students to understand. By so doing, I provide students with knowledge on the topic while integrating structured debates, small group assignments, policy briefs, counterfactual scenarios, and case studies into my courses.
My aim as a lecturer is to stimulate student learning and to encourage students to develop their critical thinking.
|Courses & seminars taught in Middle East Studies|
|Comparative and International Politics of the Middle East|
|Turkey and the Middle East|
|Introduction to Politics in the Modern Middle East|
|Comparative Politics of the Middle East and North Africa|
|Contemporary Middle East: Society, Economy, and Politics|
|Arab-Israeli Conflict in Historical and Current Perspectives|
|Politics and International Relations of the Developing World|
|State Formation and Nation Building Process in the Middle East: The Palestinian Case 1964-1993|
|Courses taught in International Relations|
|Foreign Policy Analysis|
|Theories of International Relations|
|Introduction to International Relations|
|International Security Problems|