Teaching

Faculty Associate, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Poli Sci 322: Politics of Southeast Asia: A comparative examination of Southeast Asian countries on thematic issues including democratization, elections, social movements, media and politics and political economy.

Poli Sci 323: Islam and World Politics: A comparative study of the relationships between Islam and politics in various countries including the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia.

Poli Sci 328: Politics of East and Southeast Asia: A comparative examination of both East and Southeast Asian countries on thematic issues including democratization, elections, social movements and political economy.

Poli Sci 401: International Development and Cooperation: A comparative study of political, economic and social development in developing countries.

ILS 157: Bradley Roundtable Seminar: This course is designed for freshmen students to make a smooth transition from high school to university.

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

POLS 122: Introduction to World Politics: Examination of theories of international relations, and other important issues including security, international cooperation, environment and human rights.

POLS 265: Problems in Developing Countries: A comparative study of political economic and social development in developing countries.

POLS 324: Politics of Asia: Examination of China, North and South Korea, India, Indonesia in terms of political development and political economy.

POLS 326: Politics of Southeast Asia: Examination of Southeast Asia from the perspective of state formation, political change, and social movements.

POLS 352: Gender and Politics in Global Perspective: A comparative and global analysis of women in politics in terms of women’s movements, Islam and Feminism and sex and violence. 

POLS 328 Islam and Politics: A comparative study of the relationships between Islam and politics in various countries including the Middle East, North Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia.

POLS 329: Political Violence: A comparative study of various forms of  political violence through a variety of theoretical and empirical approaches.

Assistant Professor, Fairfield University

PO 12: Introduction to Comparative Politics: Introduction to concepts and theories of comparative politics applied to various countries.

PO 145: Asian Politics: Examination of both Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia from the perspective of state-society relations.

PO 146: Three Giants in Asia: Examination of Indonesia, China, and India in terms of political development, political economy, ethnic conflicts, and other contemporary issues.

PO 148: Political Violence: A comparative study of various forms of  political violence through a variety of theoretical and empirical approaches.

Graduate and Undergraduate Supervision

Imelda Djatirman, Southeast Asian Studies Program. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Spring 2019. Member of MA Committee.  

Emily Jorgenson, Southeast Asian Studies Program. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Spring 2019. Member of MA Committee.  

Meita Estiningsih, Southeast Asian Studies Program. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Spring 2017. Member of MA Committee.  

Betty Nen, Senior Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Spring and Fall 2019.

Jacquline Beaulieu, Senior Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall & Spring 2019.

Jalika Ceesay, Senior Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Fall & Spring 2018.

Kerem Kilic, the Department of Political Science. Korea University. Member of Ph.D. Committee.

S.E. Nurgraheni, Southeast Asian Studies Program. University of Wisconsin-Madison. Spring 2012. Member of MA Committee.