My teaching repertoire covers a wide range of introductory courses as well as research seminars dealing with questions of current academic discourses.
» important information on the supervision of BA/MA theses at my chair
- BA: Comparative Politics [» EN | DE ]
- MA: Democracy and Research Methods [»]
- PUB: Democracy in a Digitalizing Society [» DE]
- Didactics: Playful learning in university teaching (with R. Welge) [»]
Comparative and International Politics
- Comparative Politics (Warwick)
- Contemporary Themes in Comparative Politics (Warwick)
- Challenges of Democracy and Democratization (St.Gallen)
- Socialization Processes in and through International Institutions (Lucerne)
- External Democracy Promotion. Instruments and Strategies (Lucerne)
- Art and Democracy (St.Gallen)
- Europe and Populism (St.Gallen)
- European Integration (ETH Zurich, Lucerne, Berne, FU Berlin, Heidelberg)
- The Political System of the European Union (Lucerne, FU Berlin, Heidelberg)
- The External Relations of the European Union (St.Gallen, ETH Zurich, Berne)
- Europeanization in Comparative Perspective (Lucerne)
- Justice and Home Affairs in the European Union (JMU Florence)
- Quantitative Data Analysis and Interpretation (Warwick)
- Qualitative Methods (Warwick)
- PhD Methods Seminar (St.Gallen)
- 4th Swiss Summer School Democracy Studies "Democratization in a globalized and mediatized world", 26-30 June 2017 (St.Gallen)
Public Lecture Series
- 'Democracy in a digitalizing society', autumn term 2018 (St.Gallen)
- ‘Global Challenges and Global Governance: Climate Change’, autumn term 2007 (Lucerne)
My teaching philosophy reflects my interests in collaborative authorship as I prefer student-centred teaching that encourages learning by both students and teachers. I am very much interested in working with students, and to contribute to and develop research-based teaching in my areas of expertise.
My significant experience in teaching and mentoring at undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate levels has been recognized as equivalent merit to the 2-year part-time, practice-based Masters level programme in academic and professional practice (PCAPP), obligatory for staff with teaching responsibilities at the University of Warwick.
Impressions from MA seminar 'Art & Democracy', 2017, with Rebecca and Friedhelm Welge.