My courses are situated at the broad intersection of power and technology and range from modern philosophy (critique and the role of intellectual) and contemporary Anglo-American political theory (conceptions of power), to science and technology studies and the political economy and institutional dynamics of technological innovation. The teaching philosophy is based on a simple principle of education as a joint endeavour in how rather than what to think, and in which the student learns from the instructor via the proactive acquisition of knowledge and full implication in his/her learning, while the instructor refines and puts into question his/her pedagogy, research and thinking thanks to the input and vitality of the student.


Below are some of the courses that I convenePlease click on your course title or here  to go directly to the platform that hosts each course, where you can enrol and login.

Power: uses and abuses

Science and technology studies

Dynamics of technological innovation

Intellectuals, expertise and critique

Introduction to political theory

 Course enrolment

Enrolment for each course is done via an email-based self-registration system. Although it may sound complicated, it's really a piece of logical cake that a little discipline plus an ounce of will can manage.

  1. To begin, click here and then on the course you would like to enroll in (screenshot).
  2. You are prompted to set up an account (screenshot) and to input some basic information (screenshot).
  3. Once registered. a confirmation email is sent that includes a link to confirm your email address (screenshot).
  4. Click on the link, which takes you back to .
  5. Login using the username and password (screenshot) you provided to set-up your account.
  6. Finally, enter the course enrolment key (screenshot), which the course convenor supplied you with.
  7. You are then directed to the course (screenshot) with full access to it.