Paweł Charasz


Teaching

Teaching Statement

As an educator and a teacher of political science, I seek to equip my students with an analytical toolkit for understanding and making sense of the surrounding world. With an inspiration coming from my own research, in my teaching I strive to transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries. I believe that learning requires a diverse set of perspectives and imposing arbitrary categorizations that restrict it to the bounds of a single discipline deprives students of insights that more directly reflect the breadth and complexity of the world outside of university walls.

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Teaching Experience

Lab Instructor

POLSCI631L: Deductive & Analytical Approaches to Political Phenomena (Duke University, Spring 2021)

  • Instructor: Bahar Leventoglu

  • Level: Masters and PhD

POLSCI631L: Deductive & Analytical Approaches to Political Phenomena (Duke University, Spring 2019)

  • Instructor: Bahar Leventoglu

  • Level: Masters and PhD

Teaching Assistant

POLSCI468S: Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Prosperity and Distribution in the Long Run (Duke University, Fall 2020)

  • Instructor: Pablo Beramendi

  • Level: Undergraduate

POLSCI224: Inequality and Politics (Duke University, Fall 2018)

  • Instructor: Pablo Beramendi

  • Level: Undergraduate

ECON345/554: Urban Economics (Duke University, Spring 2015)

  • Instructor: Charles Becker

  • Level: Undergraduate and Masters

Pedagogical Training