My main teaching interests are in comparative politics in developing countries with a specific focus on distributive politics, democratization and state -citizen linkages and political behaviour in new democracies. Within the field of comparative politics, I look forward to teaching courses at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, focusing on political economy of development, democratization and political institutions and South Asian politics. I am also prepared to teach courses on mixed methods research design, field research methods and qualitative research at both the graduate and undergraduate level.
Teaching at Brown University
|Pols 0200||Introduction to Comparative Politics||TA for Professor Linda Cook||Spring 2020|
|Pols 1280||Politics, Economy and Society in India||TA for Professor Ashutosh Varshney||Spring 2018|
|Pols 0400||Introduction to International Affairs||TA for Professor Jordan Branch||Fall 2017|
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