European Political Science is proud to announce a collection of articles on 'Teaching European Studies and International Relations'. All articles have been curated by the Co-Editors and made free to view. Please follow the links below to access the articles.


Kroeger S. (2018). Realizing the potential for EU simulations – practical guidance for beginners.


Obradovic-Wochnik, J., & Hayes, S. (2017). Re-visualising international relations: audio-visual projects and direct encounters with the political in security studies.


Pallas C. & Butcher C. (2017). Using dating as an analogy to teach ir theory.


Lambach, D., Kärger, C., & Goerres, A. (2016). Inverting the large lecture class: active learning in an introductory international relations course.


Lieberman, S. (2014). Using Facebook as an interactive learning environment in European political studies.


Mihai, A. (2014). The virtual classroom: Teaching European studies through webinars.


Obendorf S., Randerson C (2013). Evaluating the model united nations: Diplomatic simulation as assessed undergraduate coursework.


Ralph, J. Head N. Lightfoot S. (2010). Pol-casting: The use of podcasting in the teaching and learning of politics and international relations.