I am a first-year student in the political science PhD program at Yale. My research interests include elections, sub-state violence, and security, with a regional focus on South Asia. I am currently studying the patterns of violence employed by armed political parties as well as voting behavior in violent electoral contexts.
M.A. International Relations (Honors), University of Chicago, 2015.
B.A. Political Science, Saint John’s University (Minnesota), 2013
2018-01-22 - “Civilians, Coups, and Criminal Conflict: A List of Must-read Scholarship on Political Violence From 2017”. On Political Violence At A Glance: Expert Analysis on Violence and Its Alternatives.
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