I teach mostly comparative politics, political theory and political sociology.

Teachings at Concordia University (Since 2021)

POLI 203: Introduction to Comparative Politics
Undergraduate level (100 students)
This course introduces the major issues of comparative politics familiarizing students with the core concepts, authors, and approaches of this subfield, as well as the main debates surrounding the state, the political regimes, the governmental institutions, the electoral systems, the ideologies, the political parties, and other actors of the political sphere.

POLI 319: European Politics and Government
Undergraduate level (60 students)
This course applies comparative politics to the European area, questioning the institutional design of European countries, European integration, and the Europeanization process. The main objective is to familiarize students with the theories, the institutions and the actors shaping the European Union.

POLI 412: Comparative Social Policy
Undergraduate level (20 students)
This course is a seminar with the purpose to help students to understand the major debates in the field of public policy and public administration, to give them theoretical keys and applied examples to understand debates that occur in the sectors of social policy.

POLI 487-AA (10732): Advanced Seminar in Comparative Politics: Diversity Models and Policies
Undergraduate level (20 students)
This course is a seminar analyzing different theories about cultural, national, and ethnic pluralism, and the diversity models entailing pluralist policies like decentralization and devolution policies, empowering social group policies, linguistic policies, or affirmative action policies. This seminar is related to my current research.


POLI 217 – Comparative politics: issues and methods [In French]         
Undergraduate level (41 students)
This course develops the methodologies, approaches, and theories of comparative politics. It is divided into two parts. The first part (sessions 1 to 7) is consisting of lectures in which the theories, methods, objects, and issues of comparative politics are analyzed. During the second part (9 to 14), the course gets practical and tries to apply comparative analysis on contemporary issues through simulations, workshops, and exercises.

POL 3262 – Religion, Politics and Society [In French]                                                             
Undergraduate level (50 students)
This course underlines the interactions between religion and politics. The first part (weeks 1 to 6) is consisting of lectures about religious phenomena and analyzing them with concepts and theories from anthropology, ethnology, history, philosophy, and sociology. During the second part (weeks 9 to 13), students are engaged in debates, and activities to develop their critical thinking and their oral and writing skills.

POL 510 – Advanced Seminary: Diversity and Pluralism [In French]
Undergraduate level (15 students)
This is a reading seminar about complex diversity in multicultural and plurinational contexts such as Canada, Belgium, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Spain, Russia, and United Kingdom. The seminar is directly related to my current research and the purpose was to supervise students in order they achieved an 8,000-word paper.