Teaching Experience

 

Teaching Appointments

 Lecturer - University of Louvain (Belgium)
"Comparative Federalism and Regionalism", 2016-17

 Lecturer - University of Brussels (Belgium)
"Initiation to Quantitative Methods", 2015-2016
"Political Socialisation”, 2015

 Adjunct Professor - Vesalius College (VUB)
"Quantitative Methods", 2015

 Guest Lecturer - Universidad de Valencia (Spain)
"Multi-level politics in Belgium", 2015
"Measuring and comparing Democracy", 2016 

Lecturer - University of Zurich (Switzerland)
"Comparative Federalism", 2013

Guest Lecturer - Masaryk University (Czech Republic)
"The Belgian Federal System", 2011

Visiting Professor - Universidad Carlos III (Spain)
"Parties and Party systems", 2010

Teaching Assistant - University of Brussels (Belgium)
“Introduction to Political Science”, 2011-2012
“Globalisation and Social Regimes”, 2010-2012
“Political Socialisation”, 2009-2012
“Theory of Political Cleavages”, 2009-2010
“Compared Political Regimes”, 2008-2010
“Political Participation”, 2008-2009
“Direct Democracy”, 2008-2009
“Parliaments and Legislatures”, 2007-2008
“Politics and Finances”, 2007-2008
“Political Cleavages and Party Systems”, 2007
“Federalism and Regionalism”, 2006-2007

Teaching Assistant - University of Louvain (Belgium)
“Methodology and Research Methods”, 2001 – 2003

 

Additional teachings (unpaid)

 University of Kitakyushu (Japan), "Regionalism in Western Europe. Current trends and perspectives", 2017 

 United Nations University & Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, “Multi-Level Governance in the European Union”, 2013

University of Brussels (Belgium), “Quantitative methodology”, 2012

American University of Rome (Italy), “Belgian politics, party system and community conflict”, 2011

James Madison University (USA), “Belgian politics, party system and community conflict”, 2009

University of Wroclaw (Poland), "Belgian politics, party system and community conflict”, 2009

Florida State University (USA), "Belgian politics, party system and community conflict”, 2007-2010

University of Louvain (Belgium), "Belgian politics, party system and community conflict”, 2007-2008


Previous page: Research Networks
Next page: Books & Chapters