Workshops and Summer schools

Advanced Graphics in R, Zurich Summer School for Women in Political Methodology, 30 June – 6 July 2019; 1-7 July 2018; 2-9 August 2017, University of Zurich. Organizer and Instructor.

The Quantitative Analysis of Political Text: Tools and Applications: Workshop, Instructor.
> 3-4 October 2019, Université Catholique de Louvain
> 9-11 May 2019, NTNU Trondheim.
> 28 March 2018, University of Mannheim, MZES.

Measurement of party policy positions; CUSO, Programme Doctoral en Science Politique, Hôtel de la Nouvelle Couronne, Morges, 23 October 2015. Instructor.

Quantitative Text Analysis, with Prof. Kenneth Benoit and Will Lowe, 6th ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques, Ljubljana, 29 July–13 August 2011. Teaching assistant.

University of Basel, Department of Social Sciences

2020 –

The political consequences of economic inequality (seminar, MA), fall semester.

Einführung in die Politikwissenschaft und das wissenschaftliche Arbeiten (lecture, BA), fall semester.

Soziale Klasse, Ideologie und Wahlverhalten (seminar, BA), spring semester.

Einführung in die quantitativen Methoden (lecture, BA), spring semester.


University of Zurich, Department of Political Science

Master colloquium (discussion of research designs for masters’ theses), 2016-2019. Instructor.

Swiss national elections 2015 (research seminar), with Prof. Dr. Silja Häusermann and Thomas Kurer, 2016-2017 (2-semester course). Instructor, supervision of BA-theses.

Swiss politics in international comparison (lecture/seminar), with Prof. Dr. Silja Häusermann, 2012-2017 (2-semester course). Teaching assistant, supervision of essays, course organization.

Political consequences of financial and economic crisis (research seminar), 2012-2015 (2-semester course). Instructor, supervision of BA-theses.

Legislative decision-making (seminar), with Tobias Schulz, Spring 2012. Instructor.

Quantitative methods (lecture/tutorials), with Tobias Schulz / Prof. Dr. Thomas Gautschi, 2010-2012 (2-semester course). Teaching assistant, statistics tutorials, course organization.

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