Comparative Politics and Political Conflict

I have taught several seminars in the field of Comparative Politics and Political Behavior and co-taught or will co-teach a number of lectures in these subfields of Political Science.

Bachelor lectures

Autocratic Politics (Co-lecturer and seminar leader, University of Oslo, 2022)

  • Responsible for one lecture on state repression
  • Seminar leader for the complete course

Introduction to Comparative Politics (Co-lecturer, University of Oslo, 2022)

  • Responsible for one lecture on social movements and contentious politics

Chaos politics? Theory Meets Reality in Comparative Politics (University of Oslo, 2021)

  • Responsible for one lecture on why people protest

Bachelor seminars

Contentious Politics (Course convener, University of Konstanz, 2020)

  • Research seminar on violent and non-violent contentious politics
  • Syllabus

How to Lose Power (Course convener, University of Konstanz, 2019/20)

  • Research seminar on irregular regime leader exits
  • Syllabus

Master lectures

Topics in Autocratic Politics (Co-course convenor, University of Oslo, 2022)

  • Co-course convenor and responsible for lectures on information control and data sources

Master seminars

Authoritarian Information Control (Course convenor, University of Konstanz, 2020)

  • Research seminar on how authoritarian governments control information
  • Syllabus

Political Conflict in the Digital Age (Course convenor, University of Konstanz, 2019/20)

  • Research seminar on the political drivers and consequences of digital technologies
  • Slightly shorter version taught at the University of Lucernce in Spring 2019
  • Syllabus
Philipp M. Lutscher
Philipp M. Lutscher
Postdoctoral Fellow

My research interests include communication and information technology, authoritarian regimes, contentious politics, and quantitative methods