At the University of Southampton I lectured on the MA 'Human Rights and World Politics' and tutored and marked various political philosophy modules.
My article ‘Collective Security and Human Rights – How the U.N.’s Institutional Design Corrupted Complementary Purposes’ (Global Society, Vol. 1, Issue 23, 2009) became required reading on International Relations courses at several universities internationally, including the Universities of Wyoming, Madrid and Sydney. It is a recommended text at the University of Liverpool and is also included in Routledge’s Human Rights Day Anniversary Campaigns as a key article on the subject.
Furthermore, I was Prof. Campbell Craig’s research assistant at the University of Southampton. In addition to source research, I proofread and prepared Prof. Craig's and Dr. Sergey Radchenko's manuscript of 'The Atomic Bomb and the Origins of the Cold War' for publication by Yale University Press, for which I am credited in the published book. My PhD, titled 'An Analysis of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights', covered political theory and philosophy, international relations and international law.
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2004-2007: University of Southampton - Department of Politics and International Relations
Human Rights and World Politics
Tutor and marker on the following courses:
Political Theory - Equality, Liberty, Citizenship
Political Theory - Culture, Gender, Equality
Intro to Political Theory - Political Thinkers
2008-present: Self-employed private tutor
I convey knowledge clearly and provide guidance on complex topics. I can help with thorough preparation for essays, research proposals and exams, as well as with the proofreading of essays and dissertations.
|Languages||English (British), French, German|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Southampton||2008||Doctorate||PhD Politics|
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|Government and Politics|
|Philosophy / Critical Thinking|