Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Political Science & International Affairs
My substantive research interests lie primarily in civil conflict, its connection to international conflict, and the externalities of conflict such as human rights concerns and refugee flows. I also focus broadly on quantitative research methods with a specialization in spatial analysis. My published work has appeared in Journal of Global Security Studies, Political Research Quarterly, Research & Politics, and Political Science Research and Methods. I have taught International Conflict and Introduction to International Relations at the undergraduate level and have been a teaching assistant for various courses and IR simulations, including Crisis Diplomacy, Reacting to the Past: The French Revolution, and Statecraft. If you would like to learn more about my research or teaching, please visit my personal website, and if you would like to contact me, please feel free to email me.