I am currently Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. I teach a four-course quantitative methodology sequence in our graduate program. Find out more about the courses I teach.
Much of my substantive research focuses on the link between state repression and democratic institutions/behavior. Methodologically, my interests have taken me in a number of different directions on collaborative projects, though the measurement and scaling seem to be common themes. Visit my research page or download my full CV.
I’ve also had the privilege of teaching at the ICPSR Summer Program since 2006. I really value the experiences I had as a participant (2001–03) and a teaching assistant (2002–06) at the Summer Program and consider myself lucky to be a member of the Program’s faculty. Please check out the materials for my ICPSR courses.
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