At the University of Tennessee, I regularly teach courses on comparative politics, Latin American politics, qualitative methods, and the politics of marginalization including gender and politics as well as race, ethnicity, and politics. My teaching interests also include courses on the politics of inequality, political parties, political behavior, democracy and democratic decline, and art and politics. See below, for examples of recent syllabi.
Feel free to contact me for more information. I am always happy to consult with interested students regarding my courses and the broader topics they cover. If you wish to discuss study abroad opportunities or careers related to these themes, particularly in the Latin American and Caribbean regions, I am available.
Students interested in majoring or minoring in Latin American and Caribbean Studies are welcome to contact me about the program.