I am prepared to teach comparative politics, public law, comparative constitutions, and qualitative methods, as well as courses on the politics of the Middle East and Africa, at both introductory and advanced levels. Please contact me at ehayward [at] sas.upenn.edu for more information, including sample syllabi and course evaluations.

I have been a teaching assistant for four courses at the University of Pennsylvania:

Political Science 211, “Contemporary Middle Eastern Politics,” Professor Ian Lustick, Spring 2011

Political Science 271, “Constitutional Law,” Professor Rogers Smith, Fall 2010

Political Science 110, “Introduction to Comparative Politics,” Professor Julia Lynch, Spring 2010

Political Science 150, “International Relations, Theory and Practice,” Professor Jessica Stanton, Fall 2009

In addition, in August 2013, I was a Guest Lecturer for the Commission on Legal Pluralism’s short course in Manchester, England. My lecture was titled “Theoretical and Historical Approaches to Britain’s Sharia Councils and the Muslim Arbitration Tribunal.”