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Teaching


Benoît Challand has acquired solid teaching experience both at undergraduate and graduate levels. He is lecturer (professore a contratto) at the University of Bologna where he teaches a course on comparative politics of the Middle East (300-level - currently on leave).At the New School for Social Research, he has taught both graduate and undergraduate courses on the contemporary Middle East and Europe.

At undergaduate level, he has taught the following courses:Benoit Challand teaching at Bethlehem University
- a history course on "US-European Relationship since World War II" (HIS 354);
- a course on "Comparative Middle Eastern Politics and Society (POL / INS 372);
- a sociology course on "Globalisation: A European Perspective";
- a history course on "Communisms and Anticommunism in Europe. 1945-1990" (Fribourg, Fall 2008), and
- a cross-listed course "History and Institutions of the Mediterranean Countries" (Middle Eastern Studies) in Bologna.

At the New School, he has been asked to teach the following courses (syllabi available upon request):
- Revolution and Social Change in the Middle East [cross-listed POL-SOC] (New School for Social Research, Fall 2011).
- The Forms of Europe: Critical perspectives on European integration (New School for Social Research, Fall 2011).
- Islam and Social Theory (New School for Social Research, Spring 2012).
- The Politics of Foreign Aid in Comparative Perspective (New School for Social Research, Fall 2010).
- Civil Society and Democratization in the Middle East (New School, Eugene Lang College, 2011).
- Revolution and Social Change in the Middle East (New School, Eugene Lang College, Spring 2012).

 At NYU, he teaches courses on the sociology of the Middle East, the politics of foreign aid, Palestinian politics, and the Arab revolts.

At masters level, he taught three methodological courses for the: 
- Master in International Cooperation and Development (MICAD), University of Bethlehem (Palestine), 2005 to 2008 editions (course on Research methodology, introducing qualitative methods);
- Master in Human Rights and Conflict Management, Scuola Superiore San't Anna, Pisa (Italy) in 2006 and 2007, and
- Master in Cooperation and Development, at the Cooperation and Development School of Pavia (Italy) since 2006.

Over the last years, has been invited to give lectures at:
- Princeton Universiy (Sociology Department),
- Scuola Superiore di Sant'Anna, Pisa, in the framework of Jean Monnet Lectures "Debating European Security" (2010 to 2012)
- Institut Universitaire d'Etudes du Développement (IUED in Geneva ), within the course of "Sociologie Politique" for the Master in Development Studies of Prof. Riccardo Bocco,
- Milano-Bicocca (Anthropology Department - "AMM-Africa, Medio Oriente e Mondo Musulmano/Seminario interdisciplinare"), and
- many other European universities (Harvard, LSE, Cambridge, Prague, Brighton, etc.). 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 25 August 2012 )
 
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