Guest Instructor (MiReKoc, Migration Research Center at Koç University)

Summer 2016 Forced Migration: Old Phenomenon, New Challenges (Summer school)


Guest Instructor (Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement, Ryerson University)

Summer 2016 Immigration, Settlement and Diaspora Policies (PhD Seminar)


Guest Instructor (Osgoode Hall Law School, York University)

Fall 2015 Refugee Law (Second year course)


Guest Instructor (McLaughlin College, York University)

Fall 2015 International Refugee Protection Regime I: Critical Problems (Fourth year and graduate seminar)


Guest Instructor (Queen’s Faculty of Law)

Fall 2015 Feminist Legal Studies Seminar Series (Graduate seminar)


Guest Instructor (Institute for Policy and Social Research, University of Kansas)

Fall 2015 Research Design and Ethics (Graduate seminar)


Instructor (Université de Montréal)

Winter 2014 Méthodes qualitatives


Summary: I redesigned this qualitative methods course to emphasize the foundations of political and social science research. The main course objective was to transmit the relevance and consequence of research design and lead the students to design, conduct and write up original qualitative research. I taught the course through lectures, student presentations and active classroom discussions. Students were encouraged to cross disciplinary boundaries and be creative in their research projects.


Teaching Assistant (Université de Montréal)

Winter 2015, Politique au Québec, au Canada

Winter 2015, Institutions politiques Canada – Québec    

Winter 2013, Forces et comportements  

Summer 2012, Politique comparée

Fall 2012, Politique comparée        


Summary: In these introductory courses I played an active role as the source person. I guided the students through their first research experience and leaded discussion groups and simulations.