IN THE NEWS
“New Course at UofT the First of Its Kind,” Canadian Jewish News. 7 March 2019.
Awarded a 2016 TATP Teaching Excellence Award at the University of Toronto
Click here to see the anonymous recommendations that nominated me for this award.
Click here for my most recent student evaluations (Spring 2018)
Here is the syllabus for CJS390H1S: Jews: By the Numbers, Applied Statistics and Data Science for Students of the Jewish Studies
2019 "Jews: By the Numbers," An Applied Statistics and Data Science Course for Students of Jewish Studies at UofT
2018 Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Toronto
2018 "The Co-optation of Dissent in Moscow, 2012-2018," Columbia University Harriman Institute
2017 “Authoritarian Co-optation of Soft Protest: Post-Soviet Graffiti from 2011-2016,” The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of International Relations
2015 “Is Putin’s Russia Good or Bad for the Jews?” Wayne State University
2014 “Responsible Citizenship and Free Expression in Russian Street Art,” University of Illinois-Chicago
2013 “Post-Soviet Graffiti: Free Speech in the Streets,” National Centre for Contemporary Art, Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation
2012 “Pluralism in Politics and Culture,” The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, October and November