Over the last years, I have taught a number of seminars and lectures at B.A. and M.A. level, mainly at Augsburg University (Social Sciences), and at the University of Luxembourg (European Governance, European Contemporary History, and Cultures Européennes – Histoire). In addition, I have participated twice in an Erasmus+ exchange for staff, namely to the University of Gothenburg, and to the Technical University of Chemnitz. I have furthermore co-supervised a number of B.A. and M.A. thesis projects in the area of comparative politics, European studies and contemporary European history.

More particularly, I have prepared, taught and examined seminars on the following subjects:

  • Comparative social policy and welfare systems across Europe
  • The EU’s social dimension
  • The evolution of EU social policy
  • Migration and asylum policy in the EU multi-level system
  • EU enlargement policy
  • The EU political system
  • The European Parliament and European parliamentarism
  • Theories of European integration
  • European integration historiography
  • Historical narratives of Europe
  • Introduction to Comparative Political Science
  • Methods of scientific writing and research design
  • Teaching and learning history via Twitter