I hold a PhD in Political Science from Northeastern University, and have been teaching in the Global Studies program since 2007, mostly in the Conflict Resolution Concentration. In addition to this course, I have taught Divided Societies in the Modern World, Conflict and Post Conflict Development, Basic Field Research Methods among other classes. I have worked with the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative in Belgrade, Serbia on implementing justice system reforms in that country. My research focuses on democratization, mainly reform of judicial systems in new democracies.
I live in Boston, and teach on our Boston campus as well as online.
Lecturer at the College of Professional Studies. Courses taught:
Global Basics: Global Political and Economic Systems
Divided Societies in the Modern World
International Conflict and Cooperation
Conflict and Post-Conflict Development
Field Research Methods
Introduction to International Relations
Global Corporate and Social Responsibility
Legal Specialist, American Bar Association/Rule of Law Initiative, Serbia (2004-2007)