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I am a USIP-Minerva Peace and Security Scholar and doctoral candidate in Political Science at Indiana University-Bloomington. My primary field is comparative politics, with my research interests situated at the intersection of contentious politics, political behavior and (de)democratization. Broadly speaking, my research examines the consequences of political violence and other tactics of electoral manipulation, for voting behavior, protest mobilization, electoral integrity and democratic backsliding across the Global South, with a primary regional focus in sub-Saharan Africa.

The most current version of my CV can be found here.

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