Teaching

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As a Graduate Instructor (Photo credit: NIU CSEAS)

I have given lectures, taught my own classes, and assisted courses in diverse settings – a private Japanese university, American regional public universities, and Indonesian universities. As an educator, I believe in the principle of democratic education, where everyone can learn from each other and exchanges of different views are encouraged.

Northern Illinois University
Fall 2014 – Spring 2015
Southeast Asia: Crossroads of the World, Instructor
Fall Syllabus, Spring Syllabus

Spring 2014
Revolt, Revolution and Genocide, Teaching Assistant
Introduction to Comparative Politics, Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer

Fall 2013
Politics of Developing Areas, Teaching Assistant
Introduction to Comparative Politics, Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer

Spring 2013
Revolt, Revolution and Genocide, Teaching Assistant
Introduction to Comparative Politics, Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer

Fall 2012
Politics of Developing Areas, Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer
Introduction to Comparative Politics, Teaching Assistant and Guest Lecturer

Ohio University
Winter 2012 – Spring 2012 (Quarter System)
Introduction to Comparative Politics, Teaching Assistant

Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Summer 2011
Asia Pacific Studies, Guest Lecturer

Summer 2011
Global History and the World System, Teaching Assistant

Fall 2010
Ethnicity and Nationalism in Southeast Asia, Teaching Assistant

Fall 2009
First year students’ workshop on basic academic skills, Teaching Assistant and Tutor

November 2008
IT Training Program for Bureaucrats from Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), Teaching Assistant