I have developed and taught the following courses at Nelson Mandela University:
Introduction to Post-War Reconstruction and Development (2012-2013);
Introduction to Conflict Management (2012-2013);
Conflict Management and Transformation: Transition from Apartheid to Democracy in South Africa (2013-2017);
Contemporary South African socio-economic realities (2018-2019).
I have taught the following courses:
Second-year Political and Governmental Studies course Introduction to Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills (2012-2013);
Third-year course Introduction to Mediation (2012-2013).
I have developed a third-year Development Studies course Security, Peace and Reconstruction (2013).
I have led a team that conceptualised and developed a Global Studies programme, a co-curricular multi-disciplinary programme taken by students alongside their normal studies over three semesters. Lectured critical thinking, conflict and displacement around the world, migration and overview of Sustainable Development Goals on the programme. The programme ran in 2016-2017.
My guest lecturing:
First-year Development Studies course Development Issues in Contemporary Africa (2012-2022);
Second-year Political Science course Foreign Policy Making and Analysis (2016);
Political Science Honours course Political Dynamics (2016);
Third-year Development Studies course Security, Peace and Reconstruction (2017);
Development Studies Masters course Social Movements, Social Change and Development (2017-2018)
Since 2008, I have given numerous lectures, presentations and talks about violent conflict, conflict management, peace-building, human rights, post-war recovery and/or the personal experience of surviving the Bosnian war to students from University of Arizona, Duke University, James Madison University, Saint John’s University, College of Saint Benedict, California State University Chico, Appalachian University, and Georgetown University Qatar campus, (all via virtual platforms).
I have successfully supervised 18 Development Studies and 5 Conflict Transformation and Management Masters students at Nelson Mandela University, and 1 Disaster Management Masters student at University of the Free State. I have also examined 2 PhDs (RMIT University, Australia, and Nelson Mandela University).