My teaching is guided by the view that students should be peer educators in the classroom community who contribute valuable insights from different positions and experiences.
Necessarily, my instruction is interactive, as students and I collaborate to interpret research and apply it to our contemporary world.
In my courses, students can expect content on social change, historical sociology, ethnic politics and conflict, the sociology of religion, political economy, and historical research design and methods.
Globalization & Society [syllabus]
Undergraduate Thesis supervision