Welcome! I am an assistant professor of political science at New York University Abu Dhabi. My research interests are political violence, intergroup conflict, and postwar political dynamics.
My work has appeared or will soon appear in the American Political Science Review, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Nature Human Behavior, Journal of Politics, British Journal of Political Science, and Political Science Research & Methods, Research & Politics, among other journals.
You can find my Google Scholar profile here and my CV here.
Prior to starting at NYUAD, I obtained a PhD from Washington University in St. Louis' Political Science Department in 2019. Before completing my PhD, I interned at the United Nations – ESCAP in Bangkok in 2013 and stayed as visiting graduate scholar at NYU Shanghai (2014), the Nuffield College at the University of Oxford (2017), and the University of Mannheim (2018).
Selected Most Recent Works
[Forthcoming] The Effect of Anger Appeals on the Support for Secessionist Parties. Journal of Politics
[Forthcoming] The Political Responsiveness to Conflict Victims: Evidence from a Countrywide Audit Experiment in Colombia (with Mauricio Vela Baron). American Political Science Review
Windows of Repression: Using COVID-19 Policies against Political Dissidents? (with Robert Kubinec, Cindy Cheng, Tiril Hoye Rahn, and Luca Messerschmidt). Journal of Peace Research, 2022, 59(1): 73-89.
The Long-Term Effects of War Exposure on Civic Engagement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021, 118(6): e2015539118