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Spring 2014

Game Theory – Research Methods in Political Science (GSPS)
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World Politics  (SPSE)
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Undergraduate Research Seminar (SPSE)
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[Call for Applications 2017
年度募集要項]

Research Seminar for Masters Students (GSPS)
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Research Seminar for Doctoral Students (GSPS)
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International Security: An Analytical Approach to Puzzles of War and Peace  offered through http://edmaps.co/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/gacco_logo.jpg, certified byJMOOC | 日本オープンオンライン教育推進協議会
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Summer 2014

Game Theory – Summer Workshop on Research Methods in Political Science (GSPS)
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Fall 2014

Global Politics (EDESSA)
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Freshman Seminar (SPSE/EDESSA)
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Introduction to International Relations (GSPS)
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Formal Political Theory (GSPS)
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Undergraduate Research Seminar (SPSE)
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Research Seminar for Masters Students (GSPS)
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Research Seminar for Doctoral Students (GSPS)
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The Past and the Future

Contemporary International Relations (Theory) (SPSE)
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Previously at Texas A&M Uniersity, I taught three undergraduate couses on international relations and the introductory course on game theory for undergraduate political science majors. I also taught the field seminar on international relations for Ph.D. students and applied game theory course (a second course in the formal theory sequence at TAMU that mixes some topics from advanced game theory and applied formal political theory).

Teaching statement (pdf)


At Texas A&M University

War and Conflict Resolution (POLS 306, undergraduate)
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International Conflict (POLS 335, undergraduate)
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Diplomacy and Statecraft (POLS 481, undergraduate)
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Game-theoretic Methods for Political Scientists (POLS 308, Undergraduate)
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Theories of International Relations (POLS 630, Graduate)
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Applied Game Theory: Formal Political Analysis (POLS 606, Graduate)
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