Teaching

Teaching Experience

Undergraduate

‘Identity and Security in China and East Asia’, upper level undergraduate, University of Manchester, 2009-present

‘Cultural Governance and Resistance in Pacific Asia’, upper level undergraduate, University of Manchester, 2007-09

‘Globalization and Identity (Social Science)’, mid-level undergraduate, Portland State University, Summer 2009

‘East Asian Politics’, mid-level undergraduate, University of Oregon, 2005

‘Identity and Security in East Asia’, upper level undergraduate/MA course, University of Oregon, 2005

‘East Asian International Relations’, upper level undergraduate, University of Durham, 1996-2001

‘Introduction to International Relations’, entry level undergraduate, University of Durham, 1996-2001

‘International Politics’, mid-level undergraduate, 1996-97

‘The Geopolitics of “Asia”’, upper level undergraduate, Rangsit University, 1995-96

‘Seminar in Politics: Asia through Film and Fiction’, upper level undergraduate, Rangsit University, 1995-96

‘Comparative Political Systems’, entry level undergraduate, Rangsit University, 1994-96

‘Political Theory’, mid-level undergraduate, Rangsit University, 1994-96

‘Introduction to International Relations’, entry level undergraduate, Rangsit University, 1993-96

‘Introduction to Political Science’, entry level undergraduate, University of Hawaii, 1991

Postgraduate

‘The Global Politics of China’, postgraduate, University of Manchester, 2009-present

‘Perspectives on Contemporary China’ (co-taught), University of Manchester, 2009

‘Security Studies’, University of Manchester, 2005-06

‘International Relations Theory’, University of Durham, 1999-2005

‘Political Economy and Political Culture in East Asia’, University of Durham, 1996-2001

‘Identity and Security in East Asia’, University of Durham, 1996-2005

‘Foreign Policy of the People’s Republic of China’, University of Durham, 1996-2005

Callahan is interested in supervising PhDs in the following areas: Identity and security, Chinese foreign policy, IR theory (including Chinese/Asian IR theory), environmental politics, East Asian IR, and poststructuralism