journal articles

(2019). Parochialism, Social Norms, and Discrimination against Immigrants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116(33), 16274-16279.

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(2015). Fuzzy Sets on Shaky Ground: Parameter Sensitivity and Confirmation Bias in fsQCA. Political Analysis 23(1), 21-41.

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working papers: representation

(2020). The Business of Politics: Campaign Costs and Party Switching. Under Review.

(2019). ​​​Do Voters Respond to Cross-Ethnic Campaigning in Divided Societies?. Under Review.

(2019). ​​​The Rejection of Election Results in Africa. R & R at African Affairs.

(2018). ​​​Accountability Under Devolved Government: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Kenya.

working papers: identity politics

More Publications

(2020). ​​​Feminist Opposition to Muslim Immigration.

(2020). ​​​Linguistic Assimilation Does Not Reduce Discrimination Against Immigrants. Conditionally Accepted at Journal of Experimental Political Science.

(2020). ​​​Temperature and Outgroup Discrimination. Under Review.

(2019). ​​​Communications Technology and National Identity in Sub-Saharan Africa.

(2019). ​​​Ethnicity and Judicial Decision-making: Evidence from the Kenyan High Courts.

(2019). ​​​Political Endorsements and Cross-Ethnic Voting in Africa.

teaching

University of Pittsburgh

  • Comparative Identity Politics (Fall 2020, Graduate Seminar)
  • Coding and Computational Social Science (Spring 2020, Undergraduate Lecture)
  • Introduction to African Politics (Fall 2019, Undergraduate Lecture)
  • Capstone on Comparative Politics: Democratic Erosion (Fall 2019, Undergraduate Seminar)

University of California, Berkeley

  • Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award
  • PS2 Introduction to Comparative Politics (undergraduate lecture)
  • PS146A African Politics (undergraduate lecture)