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Associate Professor

In general, my research revolves around the central themes of democracy and energy security, economic and societal transformation, the interaction of political and cultural change, and democratization. 

My primary teaching focus is in Comparative Politics, American Government, Public Policy and Public Administration.



Curriculum Vitae

 
Ph.D.     George Mason University (Public Policy)
M.P.A.   George Washington University (Public Administration)
B.A.        Loyola Marymount University (English)


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