At the LSE, I teach on a number of courses in the Department of Social Policy; those with a '400' course code are at the post-graduate level, while all others are undergraduate.
SA4J9 Social Policy and Development (convenor)
- SA4H9 NGOs, Social Policy and Development
- SA4G8 Social Movements, Activism and Social Policy
- New for 2018/19; previously 'The Third Sector'
- SA4K2/SA303 Sexuality, Social Policy, and Everyday Lives in Developing Countries (co-convenor)
- This course is now open to third year undergrads. UGs join PGTs in lectures, while each have their own seminar groups with different assigned readings
- SA4AB Researching International and Social Policy
- New for 2018/19; design and methods course for 'consumers' of research
- SA301 From NGOs to Social Enterprises (convenor)
- Taught every August in Beijing at the LSE-PKU Summer School
- SA219 Comparative and International Social Policy
- SA122 Politics of Social Policy (co-convenor)
- Beginning in 2019/20 as part of the new BSc in International Social & Public Policy
Past teaching experience at other institutions include:
- China and Asia courses: Chinese Business in the Global Market; Government and Governance in China; Asia Pacific in World Affairs; China in International Affairs
- International Relations courses: Politics of Globalization; Global Society; Ecological Security; Introduction to International Relations
- Comparative Politics courses: Introduction to Comparative Politics; Comparative Legal Institutions; Introduction to International Studies
- Methods short-courses: research design; quantitative research; survey methods; mixed-methods research; sensitive research in high-risk environments.