Courses Taught

  • Empirical Research Methods, Macalester College
  • African Politics, Macalester College
  • Comparative Politics, Macalester College
  • Political Economy of Development, Macalester College
  • Protest Hacking: How the New Science of Social Movements Can Empower Activists, Macalester College
  • Blood, Borders, and Belonging, Macalester College
  • Senior Seminar, Macalester College
  • The Politics of Inequality, Loyola Marymount University
  • Advanced Research Methods, Loyola Marymount University
  • Intro to Comparative Politics, Loyola Marymount University
  • Empirical Approaches, Loyola Marymount University
  • U.S. Politics, Loyola Marymount University
  • Government and Politics of Developing Areas, Pepperdine University
  • The American People and Politics, Pepperdine University
  • Foundations of Political Theory, Pepperdine University
  • Intro to Development Studies: Economic Development and Cultural Change, UCLA
  • American Politics, UCLA

Honors Theses Supervised at Macalester College

Will Pierce. 2024. “How Ballot Measure Wording Affects Preference-Consistent Voting: Experimental Evidence from the United States”

Anna Sène. 2024. “Which War Stories Get Told? How the Identifiability of Villains and Victims Impacts Media Coverage of Conflicts”

Lia Pak. 2023. “Who Shapes the Pandemic Response? A Bibliometric and Experimental Analysis of Public COVID-19 Experts”

Makayla Barker. 2020. “Colonial Legacies and Institutional Legitimacy: Explaining Variation in State-Level Informal Economy Size”

Lukas Matthews. 2019. “The Political Economy of American Military Aid and Repression Worldwide.”

Jhader Aguad. 2017. “Agro Sí, Mina No: Explaining the Onset of Protest Surrounding Mining Projects in Peru.”

Gabriel S. Barrett. 2017. “Do Weapons Make Warfare? An Instrumental Variables Approach Towards Investigating the Relationship Between Small Arms Abundance, Civil Conflict Onset, and Civil Conflict Intensity.”