I am an assistant professor of political science and Latin American studies at Dickinson College. I received my Ph.D in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
My research focuses on social movements and parties in Latin America and has appeared in journals including Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, the Journal of Democracy, Studies in Comparative International Development, and Latin American Politics and Society. In addition, my work has been featured in academic blogs such as The Washington Post's Monkey Cage, Foreign Affairs, The Conversation, and American University's AULAblog.
My book, "When Movements Become Parties: The Bolivian MAS in Comparative Perspective" (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics Series, 2018), examines the origins, evolution, and organizational models of parties formed by social movements in Latin America.
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