At LSE, I was Graduate Teaching Assistant for two courses:
EH209 The Family Economy in History: 1260 to the Present Day
This is a second-year undergraduate course which examines the role played by the family in determining the path of development. Key topics covered in the course include the European Marriage Pattern (EMP), male and female wages since the Black Death, industrious revolution, women's and children's labour during the Industrial Revolution.
Lecturer: Prof. Sara Horrell
EH103 Making Economic History Count
This is a first-year undergraduate course which provides students a brief, non-technical introduction to the quantitative methods that economic historians use to understand the past. It teaches students basic statistics (descriptive statistics and inferential statistics) and how to implement and visualise these statistics with Excel.
Lecturer: Prof. Eric Schneider