Teaching

Teaching

  • Nominated two years in a row for the Harvard University Joseph R. Levenson Memorial Teaching Prize, May 2007 and May 2008.
  • Recipient of the AUC Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award for the Academic Year 2001-2002.

Courses Taught:

Georgetown University 2014- present

  • INAF 488: Future of Islam and Politics in the Middle East
  • MAAS 567: State, Society and Power Structures in Egypt
  • MAAS 564: Economies of the Middle East
  • MAAS 544: Contemporary Issues in Political Islam
  • MAAS 625: Dynamics of Transformation in the Middle East

The American University In Cairo 2012-2014:

  • MEST 569: A Critical Introduction to Middle East Studies
  • MEST 570: Interdisciplinary Seminar in Middle East Studies
  • PPAD 570: Islam and Public Policy Dilemmas
  • PPAD 505: Institutions, Democratization and Public Policy
  • PPAD 506: Essentials of Public Policy
  • PPAD 598: Research Seminar

Notre Dame University 2009-2012:

  • Pols 30556/IIPS 40403: Globalization, Development and Democracy in the Middle East
  • Pols 60451/IIPS 63200: Modernity and Reform in Islam
  • IIPS 30553: Islam and Politics in the Middle East
  • IIPS 60221: Non-Violent and Violent Revolutions in the ArabWorld
  • IIPS 60312: Contemporary Arab Political and Social Thought

Harvard University 2006-2009:

  • Gov 2221: Comparative Politics and the Middle East
  • Gov 1218: Globalization, Development, and the Middle East
  • Gov 1206: Contemporary Political Islam
  • Gov 90: Contemporary Arab Political and Social Thought

Georgetown University 2005:

  • Comparative Governments of the Middle East
  • INAF 400: Society and Politics of Post-Revolutionary Egypt

The American University In Cairo 1998-2005:

Graduate:

  • Comparative Theory
  • Comparative Politics and the Middle East
  • Middle East Politics
  • Islamic Protest Movements in the Middle East and North Africa
  • Contemporary Issues in Political Islam

Undergraduate:

  • Introduction to Political Science
  • Political Economy of the Middle East
  • Political Economy of North Africa
  • Comparative Governments of the Middle East
  • Comparative Developing Systems
  • Contemporary Political and Social Thought in the Modern Arab World
  • State and Society in North Africa
  • Political Islam in North Africa
  • Twentieth Century Egypt
  • Politics of the Arab Gulf States
  • Contemporary Political Islam

George Washington University 1998:

Culture and International Affairs

Al Akhawayn University  (Morocco) 1996-1997:

Graduate:

  • Muslim Societies and the West
  • Islamic Civilization, Political Science Module

Undergraduate:

  • Comparative Political Systems
  • International Relations
  • Introduction to the Study of Islamic Civilization
  • Contemporary World History

George Washington University 1994-1995:

  • Graduate: North African Governments and International Relations
  • Undergraduate: Comparative Politics of the Middle East

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