Instructor at New York University

Russian Politics since 1991
(graduate seminar, POL-GA 3501 | INTRL-GA 1731 | RUSSN-GA 1001)

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Teaching Assistant at New York University

  • Comparative Politics (Eastern Europe, Prof. Joshua Tucker)
  • Comparative Politics (Western Europe, Prof. Michael Laver)
  • International Relations (Prof. Bruce Bueno de Mesquita)
  • International Politics (Profs. Jennifer Larson, Shanker Satyanath)
  • Cultures and Context: Russia between East and West (Prof. Yanni Kotsonis, History)

Teaching Assistant at Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia)

  • Institutional Economics (Prof. Marina Odintsova)

Guest Lectures

  • Princeton CS "Interface "Russian Digital Disinformation in the U.S.: 2020 vs. 2016"
  • VT PSCI/IS 3116 "Social Media, Political Polarization, and Political Disinformation"
  • Stanford INTPOL 221 "Data Localization Laws in Russia & Global Internet Control"
  • Stanford INTPOL 253C "Computational Propaganda in Action: The Use of Twitter Bots in and by Russia"
  • Stanford INTPOL 321 "Disinformation Campaigns: Action and Detection"
  • NYU POL 700 "Media Control and the Rise of Political Bots: From Russia with a Retweet"
  • NYU POL 700 "Domestic Origins of the Russian Foreign Policy"
  • NYU POL 500 "Politics of Russian Economic Reform"
  • NYU HIST 510 "Winners Take All and Lose Everything: Russia from Yeltsin to Putin"