Research & Teaching Interests

Comparative Politics, Latin American Politics, Corruption and Development, Political Economy, Politics of Developing Democracies, US-Latin American Relations, Comparative Public Policy, Research Methods in Political Science, Introduction to Statistics, Qualitative and Mixed Research Methods, Conceptualization and Measurement

Teaching Experience

Instructor of Record, McGill University

  • INTD 497 Research Seminar in International Development: Corruption and Development (Winter 2017)

Graduate Level – Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin

  • Statistical Analysis I (Fall 2009)

Undergraduate – Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin

  • The U.S. in Comparative Perspective (Fall 2008)
  • International Politics of Latin America (Spring 2010)
  • Research Methods in Government (Fall 2010)
  • Law and Social Change in Comparative Perspective (Spring 2009)
  • American Government (Summer 2009)
  • U.S.- Russian Relations (Spring 2013)