I teach regularly at several Finnish universities, including Tampere University, the University of Helsinki and the University of Jyväskylä. My teaching has covered a range of topics from peace research to current events and IR/political theory.

I have completed the introductory course to university pedagogy (Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 10 ECTS / 2019).

Currently, I am supervising one doctoral dissertation (Mirka Muilu, Tampere University) on the forms of public action in contemporary fragmented and technologized public spheres.

I also regularly supervise master’s theses in political science and IR.


2019/2020 (forthcoming)

Peace and Conflict Research, 5 ECTS / University of Helsinki (in Finnish), Fall 2019.

Introduction to Peace and Conflict Research, 5 ECTS / Tampere University (in English), Spring 2020.

The Collegium Phaenomenologicum, Text seminar leader. July 2019.

Past courses

Peace and Conflict Research, 5 ECTS / University of Helsinki, Fall 2018. Syllabus.

Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street and Indignados as Objects of Political Theory, 5 ECTS / University of Jyväskylä (in Finnish), Fall 2015.

Aristotle’s Politics, undergraduate seminar. University of Jyväskylä, Fall 2013.

Visiting lectures & other teaching-related duties

“Resilience in security politics”, visiting lecture at Thematic Work Seminar on Peace, Conflict and Security, University of Tampere. November 2018.

Discussant on the visiting lecture by Aura Salla (European Commission) at Thematic Work Seminar on Europe Studies, University of Tampere. October 2018.

Return to Peace. Examiner of Learning Diaries, University of Tampere, May 2017.

A study group leader for the visiting faculty from Smolny college (St.Petersburg) at Bard College, New York February 2015.

“Tentative lessons of experience: Arendt on statelessness and the nation-state”, visiting lecture at Exercises in Hannah Arendt’s Political Thought, University of Jyväskylä. Spring 2012.