I teach International Relations (IR) classes and mark essays at the undergraduate level, and so I am very familiar with what it takes to succeed in them, and how to help students achieve top marks. I have experience with IR at many different institutions, and have taught students from a wide range of backgrounds. In addition to teaching undergraduate courses, I was a peer tutor in college for International Law, and taught 14 to 18 year olds at summer music camps.
I am also editor of a high-ranking, peer-reviewed IR journal (Millennium: Journal of International Studies), and regularly provide feedback to advanced scholars on their work, as part of the publication process.
Subjects I teach
International Relations (undergraduate)
Academic Skills: Effective reading, essay writing, presentations
PhD Candidate in International Relations, LSE
MSc in International Relations, LSE (distinction)
BA in Classics and Political Science, Williams College (magna cum laude)
Williams-Exeter Programme, Oxford University (essentially one year of Oxford’s PPE course as part of a study-abroad programme)
International Baccalaureate Diploma
My Passion And How I Inspire
As I’ve found from my experience teaching, and in my own studies at universities that teach by tutorial, one-on-one teaching can be extremely helpful for students at all levels. I tailor each of my lessons to the individual student’s needs, whether that is through activities that make dry academic theories come alive through real-world examples, step-by-step advice on how to structure an essay, or spirited debate over theories of International Relations. My students often attest that the atmosphere in my classroom is always stress-free and supportive, and enables students to arrive at answers on their own.
My video Introduction
I am an avid choral singer, and I have sung in choirs on five continents, from Westminster Abbey to Cape Town to Beijing!