Master's thesis in political science (STV4992)

Co-Instructor, R-Seminar, University of Oslo, 2021

Social Science Data Analysis and Programming (STV2020)

Co-Lecturer, University of Oslo, 2021

Introduction to Comparative Politics (STV1300)

Teaching Assistant, University of Oslo, 2021

Introduction to Data Analysis in R

Workshop, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, 2019

Making Your Research Accessible: Data Visualization and Interactive Graphics

Workshop, GIGA, 2018 (co-taught with Pau Palop Garcia)

Data Visualization for Political Scientists

Workshop, University of Cologne, 2018

Post-Conflict Political Orders in Comparison

University of Hamburg, 2015, (co-taught with Julia Strasheim)


Students who want me to supervise their BA/MA thesis should send me a written exposé of 1.5-2 pages with the following information:

  • A clear research question that you intend to answer in your thesis. See this useful guide on how to find a research question in political science.
  • The theory you want to apply to answer your questions and, possibly, initial hypotheses.
  • An overview of the method you intend to use.
  • A (preliminary) list of data sources you want to consult to answer your questions.
  • A timeline for completion of the thesis.