Courses

These are the courses I teach, along with information about how often they are offered: 

Undergraduate courses: 

PSYC 108: Experimental Methods in Psychology (Lecture course with discussion  section, offered every semester – in rotation with other instructors). 

PSYC 170: Introduction to Social Psychology (Lecture course, taught once a year, in rotation with other instructors). 

PSCY 171: The Social Psychology of Intergroup Violence, Oppression, and Liberation (Lecture course, taught once a year, usually in the Spring). 

PSYC 225: Research on Collective Victimization and Oppression (Research course, please visit this page for more information)

PSYC 239: Prosocial Behavior and Collective Action (First seminar, offered periodically). 

PSYC 241: The Psychology of Resistance during Genocide (First seminar, offered every other year). 

Psyc 264/315: The Social and Cultural Psychology of Genocides (Capstone seminar; offered every other year, as a combined undergrad/grad seminar). 

Psyc 278/378: The Aftermath of Intergroup Violence: Social Psychological Perspectives (Capstone seminar, offered every other year, as a combined undergrad/grad seminar). 

Psyc 288/388 – Coping with Collective Violence and Oppression (Capstone seminar, offered every other year, as a combined undergrad/grad seminar). 

Graduate level:

Psyc 301: Theory and Method: Research Design (Graduate seminar). 

Psyc 315/264: The Social and Cultural Psychology of Genocides (Capstone Seminar; offered as a combined undergraduate and graduate seminar).

Psyc 378/278: The Aftermath of Intergroup Violence: Social Psychological Perspectives (Capstone seminar, offered every other year, as a combined undergrad/grad seminar). 

Psyc 388/288: Coping with Collective Violence and Oppression (Capstone seminar, offered every other year, as a combined undergrad/grad seminar). 

PSYC 316: The Social Psychology of Collective Violence and its Aftermath (Graduate seminar).