My teaching areas include comparative politics, political sociology and quantitative methods. I am particularly interested in ways of embedding Quantitative Methods into substantive Political Science courses.

In 2017, I received a Teaching and Learning Award from the University of Liverpool for my contribution to improving students' quantitative skills through the use of flipped-classrooms and problem-based learning. In 2016, I received a Fellowship in Teaching and Learning from the University of Liverpool (jointly with Dr Nicholas Lees) with a project about embedding quantitative methods into substantive politics modules. In 2015 I received a "You're Brill" Award for excellence in teaching from the University of Derby Students' Union.

I currently teach on the following modules:

Comparative Politics

Comparative Voting Behaviour

Research Methods in Politics (MA level)

Quantitative Methods and World Politics (MA level)

Advanced Topics in Electoral Research (MA level)

In the past, I have taught on these modules:

European Politics I

European Politics II

British Politics I

Researching the Social World

Social Research Methods 1

Social Research Methods 2

Political Participation: Elections, Social Movements and Protest

Thinking Sociologically

Capitalism, Culture and Class: Social Theory in Classical Modernity

Applied Research Project

Power and Democracy

Dealing with Missing Data and Multiple Imputation (short course)