COURSE SYLLABI

GENDER CLASSES

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  1. Gender and Masculinity - Spring20

  2. Gender in Global Affairs - Fall20 Syllabus and Course Schedule

  3. Gender, Race, and Human Rights - Spring18

  4. Women & Politics from a comparative perspective - Spring16

  5. Women, Power, Politics - Fall16

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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  1. Introduction to International Relations - Spring16

  2. Introduction to International Organizations - Spring14

  3. The World Today - Spring 2021 Syllabus and Course Schedule

  4. Global Governance - Fall19

  5. Global Careers - Spring19

  6. Late Night Round Up - Spring20

  7. Global Politics of Pandemic and Death Spring 2021 - Syllabus and Course Schedule

COMPARATIVE POLITICS

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  1. Introduction to Comparative Politics - Fall11

  2. Intro to the EU - Fall 2020Spring17

  3. The Future of Europe after Brexit - Fall17

  4. European Politics - Fall18

  5. Asia in the 21st Century - Fall19

 

COURSE MATERIAL

Class Survey

Wellness survey to assess student needs and challenges at the beginning of the semester including email response templates

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Course Survey

Course survey to assess students happiness with course material and assignments in Spring 2019

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plans and Assignment Rubrics for GLBL 3355 (Global Governance)

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plans and Assignment Rubrics for GLBL 3301 (European Politics)

Lesson Plan

Lesson Plans and Group Activities for GLBL 2202 (The World Today - Global Issues)

 

PUBLICATIONS - TEACHING

APSA EDUCATE

TEXTBOOKS

  1. Och, M. (forthcoming 2021) Women and Politics: Global Lives in Focus, ABC-CLIO

TEXTBOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Och, M. and S. Zwingel (forthcoming 2021) “International Law and Human Rights.” In: Political Science an Intersectional Introduction, ed. Amy Atchison: University of Toronto Press.

 

TEACHING RESOURCES

TEACHING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

  1. Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security - Diversity & Inclusion resources for teaching IR

  2. Worldmapper includes maps displaying various issues scaled by severity/degree. Also includes gender indices among many others.

  3. PBS Frontline: Teachers' resource center with video clips, debate questions, and student handouts.

  4. World Policy Forum: Provides tables and world maps on various policy issues including education, health, adult labor, gender, marriage, families, equal rights and discrimination etc.

  5. E-International Relations: open access to international relation topics including introductory textbook

TEACHING - HUMAN RIGHTS

  1. Collection of Materials on Human Rights by OHCHR including fact sheets and special issues on selected human rights topics such as women, minorities, or indigenous people

  2. Status of international human rights treaties collected by OHCHR

TEACHING GENDER IN IR

  1. Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights: Collection of Syllabi

  2. American Philosophical Association: Diversity and Inclusiveness Syllabus Collection

  3. Women Suffrage and Beyond: Course outlines and teaching materials

  4. University of Pittsburgh collection of WGS syllabi

  5. PBS Women, War and Peace: videos, classroom activities, and lesson plans on the role of women, gender, and international war and peace

TEACHING CURRENT EVENTS

  1. New York Times - Lesson Plans

  2. APSA - Teaching Resources

  3. PBS News Hour - Lesson Plans

  4. PBS Frontline - Teacher Center

  5. European Union - Teacher Corner

  6. NewsFacts & Analysis