Teaching and Supervision

Teaching

2021- : Comparative European Politics, 3rd year BA, ANU.

2020-Research Training: Scope and Methods, Honours/post-grad, ANU.

2020: Contemporary Political Analysis, 2nd year BA, ANU. Nomination for Dean’s Commendations for Excellence in Education.

2017: Teaching Award: Griffith University Recognition for Teaching Excellence.

2016-2019: Research Design and Methods for Social Sciences, Griffith University, BA Honours and PhD students.

2014: Political Parties and Representation, BA and Master students, Humboldt-University Berlin, with Onawa Promise Lacewell.

Furthermore, I have taught into courses on democracy, representation, populism and research methods.

Supervision

I supervise PhD, Masters and Honours theses in the fields of political parties, public attitudes, representation and the quality of democracy. If you are interested in being supervised by me, please contact me with a short synopsis of your project and a short CV.

I currently supervise two PhD students at ANU:

  • Illiberal Executives and Voter Responses (Bermond Scoggins)
  • Green Parties (Ben Eliasaf)

I have supervised to successful graduation:

  • 2021: Fabian Habersack (University of Salzburg), Dissertation title: A Nativist Zeitgeist? Explaining Party Adaptation to the Success of the Populist Radical Right. Dr Habersack can now be found at the University of Innsbruck.

I have supervised the Honours and Masters students on topics including:

  • China’s use of nationalism for legitimacy.
  • Populism in Latin America; Populism and education in Europe.
  • Student alienation and its relation to the legitimating narratives of the contemporary university
  • The relationship between climate change attitudes and voting behaviour
  • An Evaluation of Australia’s New Colombo Plan Scholarship Program