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Paper presented at the Council for European Studies on 'How the EU Practiced the Security-Development Nexus in Afghanistan: A Critical Reflection', Philadelphia, April 14-16, 2016

and

the Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) on 'The comprehensive approach to post-conflict reconstruction: US and Canada in Afghanistan compared', Chicago, Il., 4-10 April, 2016.

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Teaching Responsibilities

 

Winter 2016 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 6113  Special Topics: Security-terrorism-development nexus: fragile states, human security and peace interventions
graduate course 

Winter 2016 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 4108 Conflict and Development
4th year undergraduate course 

Fall 2015 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 4330 Special Research Topics: How to bring peace, security, and development to Afghanistan?
4th year undergraduate course 

Fall 2015 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 3108 Humanitarian Intervention
3rd year undergraduate course 

Winter 2015 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 4305 Seminar in International Development and Globalization: Theoretical Aspects
4th year undergraduate course 

Winter 2015 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 6103 Conflict, Transition, and Peace
graduate course

Fall 2014 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 3108 Humanitarian Intervention
3rd year undergraduate course

Fall 2014 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 4305 Seminar in International Development and Globalization: Theoretical Aspects
4th year undergraduate course

Winter 2013 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 5122 Research Seminar
graduate course 

Winter 2013 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
DVM 5122 Research Seminar
graduate course 

Winter 2012 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
API 5106 Globalization and Governance
graduate course 

Winter 2012 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
ECH 4330D Selected Research Topics in Conflict Studies
4th year undergraduate course 

Winter 2012 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
ECH 3310A  Human Rights and Conflict Studies: Compared Perspectives
3rd year undergraduate course 

Fall 2011 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA) 
SCS 2150 Introduction to Methodology in the Social Sciences
2nd year undergraduate course that introduces social sciences methods and methodology.

Winter 2009 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA)
POL 3111 International Organizations
3rd year undergraduate course that examines issues of international organizations.

Fall 2008 (UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA)
POL 4126  Contemporary Geopolitics
4th year undergraduate course that examines issues of contemporary geopolitics.

Fall 2006 - Winter 2009 (ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA)
POE 106 + POE 206 Canadian Civics, Society, and International Relations.

Winter semester 2007 (QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY):
POL 364 International Peace and Security
This is a survey course on issues of conflict, peace, and security after the end of the Cold war. It introduces students into the field of peace and security. It also examines issues and conflicts in the post-Cold War era. Number of students enrolled: 75.

Fall semester 2006 (ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA)
POE 316 Introduction to International Relations
Introductory lecture to international relations and international political economy. Number of students: 42.

Winter semester 2005/06 (CARLETON UNIVERSITY)
PSCI 3603, Strategic Thought and International Security
This third year lecture/seminar introduced the students to strategic, peace and security studies. Number of students: 65

Fall semester 2005 (QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY):
Guest Lecture in Dr. Sokolsky’s 462 Studies in National Security class where I lectured one time about the US-EU relationship after September 11th. Number of students: 35.

Summer semester 2005 (ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA)
POE 206 Canadian Forces and Modern Society: Civics, Politics and International Relations (summer semester 2005)
This was a second year distance-learning lecture run by the Division of Continuing Studies at the Royal Military College of Canada. It covered a broad spectrum of Canadian politics and International Relations while paying special attention to the role of military forces. Number of students: 30.

Fall 2004 (QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY):
POL 260: Introduction to International Relations and International Political Economy
I was the Teaching Assistant (TA) responsible for marking and leading weekly tutorial sessions. The course was a basic introductory course in the study of International Relations and International Political Economy. It gave students the background and analytical skills required for more advanced studies in IR. Number of students: 28.

Fall/winter semester 2004/05 (ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE OF CANADA)
POE 106 Canadian Civics and Society and International Relations

Introductory first one year long lecture/seminar to the Canadian Political System, International Relations, and Global Governance. Number of students: 55.

©2007 Marielle Nollert, Hamburg, Germany