I have taught a wide range of topics in political science to students from diverse backgrounds and having wide-ranging expectations. I teach in both English and French. For several years, I have been in charge of the “International Relations” class, on which up to 700 undergraduates enroll. I have also developed several graduate seminars, including “International Development and Humanitarianism,” “Science, Expertise, and Power: Postcolonial Perspectives,” or “violence et conflits.”

It is my privilege to advise and mentor PhD candidates: Kelma Manatouma (who defended in 2020), Tanguy Quidelleur, and Héloïse Grard.