My teaching interests are directly informed by my scholarly research, and fall broadly in the areas  of international relations theory, international organizations and governance, international law (especially the laws of war and international criminal law), and disarmament.


University of St Andrews

IR1005: Introduction to International Relations (module coordinator)
IR1006: Foreign Policy and International Security (module coordinator)
IR3067: The International Criminal Court in World Politics (2016)
IR4559: Dilemmas of International Governance (2016, 2017)
IR5061: Security and Justice Institutions in World Politics (2016, 2017)


University of Oxford

MPhil Core Seminar in International Relations, Block 5 (with Dr Nicola Leveringhaus) (2015)


University of British Columbia

International Security and Justice Organizations (2012)

International Organizations (2011)


Teaching Assistant Positions

Ethics in World Politics
University of British Columbia (2010)
Dr Richard Price

Introduction to International Relations
University of British Columbia (2007 and 2008)
Dr Ramjee Parajulee and Dr Saira Kahn

The International Law and Politics of Military Force
University of British Columbia (2006 and 2007)
Dr Michael Byers


Additional Experience

First Year Coordinator, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews 


Joint Co-ordinator: Department of Political Science Teaching Assistantship Training Program (2011-2012)

Nominated for the UBC Killam Graduate Teaching Assistant Award (2010-2011 and 2011-2012)