This page gives an overview of the teaching I'm currently engaged in at LUC and the courses I have taught in the past. For more details on my research, see here; and on my general interests and background, here.

Current courses (2017-2018, Leiden University College)

  • Searching for Sustainable Livelihoods, interdisciplinary fieldcourse in East Africa (outline) - block 2
  • Institutions in Time (outline, student blog) - block 3
  • SPOC: Development Project Management (outline) - blocks 3 & 4
  • Politics and Development of Africa (outline) - block 4
  • Supervision of Capstone theses (outline) - all year

Most courses at LUC are taught through two 2-hour seminars per week during the 8-week block. In addition, if students have any questions that are not dealt with sufficiently in class they are encouraged to come to my office hours. For additional resources for research and essays, see here.

Past courses

Leiden University College

Oxford University (Department of International Development)

  • History and Politics of the Developing World (M.Phil)
  • Qualitative Research Methods (M.Phil)
  • Teacher Training Course (PhD students and junior academic staff)

Utrecht University

  • Structural Equation Modeling (undergraduate, TA)