Reflections on teaching Politics of Central America

I considered myself pretty luck to have the chance to teach an entire course on Central America this semester. The course did not disappoint; every space on the roster filled, and twice a week I shared a classroom with a great group of students. Their questions and perspectives on the course material kept me on… Continue reading Reflections on teaching Politics of Central America

Teaching Politics of Central America

At the start of the year, before I left New York to conduct field work, I bagged a rather excellent teaching assignment for the fall semester. A long-forgotten course listing, entitled 'Politics and Government of Central America,' was collecting cobwebs in the Hunter College catalogue. I would have the chance to dust it off -… Continue reading Teaching Politics of Central America

Teaching terrorism

This semester I am teaching a course on Terrorism at Hunter College. It's about as close to an ideal course topic as I can get (given that The Coffee and Doughnuts of New York City isn't a widely recognised political science topic), and it made for an interesting end to the summer, as I put… Continue reading Teaching terrorism