Teaching

I have an outstanding record that stretches across disciplinary boundaries with courses in international development, political science and international relations, geography, and development studies for a diverse group of undergraduate and post-graduate students.


Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences, City University of New York (CUNY)-BMCC (Since Jan 2019).

  • Human Geography

Lecturer in International Development, Department of Social & Policy Sciences, University of Bath (Jan 2017 – Sept 2018).

  • Natural Resources & Sustainability
  • Conflict, Security & International Development
  • Development Policy & Management
  • International Politics of Development
  • Institutions & Ideas: Contemporary Approaches
  • Foundations in International Development
  • Critical Skills for International Development and Policy Research

Supervised Dissertations

  • What account for the variation of the performance and outcomes of Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative in different extractive-led countries for natural resources governance? (Zixiang Tao, 2018)
  • Does Biometric-based technological interventions lead to the exclusion of marginalized people from accessing social protection programs in India? (Abhishek Jain,2018)
  • Power and policy:  The political economy of renewable electricity expansion in South Africa (Robert De Bruyn 2017)
  • Climate Justice in small island developing states:  An investigation into the conflict between global and local responses to climate change in the South Pacific (Jason Watkins, 2017)
  • Security challenges of “The Belt and Road” strategy and China’s choices (Yongxin Fang, 2017).
  • Does removing the economic barriers to the development of renewable energies in Sub-Saharan Africa solve the energy access crisis in the region? (Clarisse Gouby, 2018)

University of Oxford (2013-2016)

  • Tutor, Politics in Sub-Saharan Africa, Department of Politics and International Relations.
  • Tutor, Core Course in Development Studies (M.Phil. in Development Studies) Oxford Department of International Development.
  • Tutor, Political Economy of Global Resources (M.Sc. in Global Governance), Oxford Department of International Development
  • Tutor, African Societies, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford.
    • Globalization and economic liberalization in Africa
    • Ethnicity and ethnic identities in Africa
    • Warfare and conflicts in Africa.

University of Ghana (2008-2009)

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science.
    •  Introduction to Political Science
    • Introduction to Political Institutions.
    • Identity & Conflicts in Africa