Undergraduate courses offered:
Latin American Government and Politics (LACS/POLS 456) [Sample Syllabus].
Politics of Developing Countries
Graduate courses offered:
Non-Statistical Approaches to Research and Analysis (POLS 519)
Core Seminar in Comparative Politics (POLS 570)
Area Seminar in
Comparative Government and Politics: Latin American Politics (POLS 574)
in Empirical Theory and Methods: Qualitative Methods (POLS 610)
Political Parties and Party Systems (POLS 670)
Politics of Marginalization (POLS 670)
free to contact me for more information or sample syllabi. I am always happy to consult
interested students regarding my courses and the broader topics they cover, which relate to politics in the
developing world, democratization, political parties, representation,
gender, ethnoracial marginalization, and economic inequality. If you wish to discuss study
abroad opportunities or careers related to these themes, particularly
Latin American and Caribbean regions, I am available.
Students interested in majoring or minoring in Latin American and Caribbean Studies are welcome to contact me about the program.