Teaching

COURSES TAUGHT

Graduate

INAF 725 Comparative Politics of the Middle East, Georgetown University
INAF 621 Islamists, Elections, and Politics in the Middle East, Georgetown University
INAF 538 Egypt: From Authoritarianism to Revolution, Georgetown University
INAF 592 Political “Reform” in the Middle East, Georgetown University
INAF 506 Politics and Culture in the Arab World (Graduate/Undergraduate), Georgetown University
G77.1781 Political Economy of the Middle East, New York University

Undergraduate

INAF 243 The United States, the Middle East, & the “War on Terrorism,” Georgetown University
INAF 242 The United States and the Middle East, Georgetown University
INAF 333 Work, Social Class, and Culture, Georgetown University
INAF 400 Egypt 1952 – Present: Politics, Culture & Society (Under/Graduate), Georgetown University
C1020y African Civilizations, Columbia University
ANTHRO Ethnographies of the Middle East: Motocco and Egypt, Columbia University
POLISCI Political Economy of Development, The American University in Cairo
POL Politics and Culture of the Middle East, Princeton University, Professor John Waterbury
POL Introduction to Political Theory, Princeton University, Professor Alan Ryan

SAMPLE SYLLABI

MAAS 725, Comparative Politics of the Middle East

INAF 621, Islamists, Elections and Politics in the Middle East

  • Spring 2011 PDF
  • Spring 2007 PDF

INAF 538, Egypt: From Authoritarianism to Revolution

  • Fall 2011 PDF

INAF 400, Egypt: 1952 – Present: Politics, Culture & Society

  • Fall 2010 PDF

INAF 243, The United States, the Middle East, & the “War on Terrorism”

  • Spring 2004 PDF

INAF 242, The United States and the Middle East

  • Spring 2011 PDF