PROJECTS Social Media and Electoral Violence: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire
Enumerator Experiences in Survey Data Collection in Sub-Saharan Africa, with Martha Wilfahrt
Human Security, Violence and Trauma: Psychological Responses and Political Impacts of Conflict, with Biz Herman
Documenting Electoral Violence: Assessing Tradeoffs in Data Collection Methodologies, with Leonardo Arriola, Arsène Brice Bado, Allison Grossman, and Aila M. Matanock
Evaluating the consequences of securitized and non-securitized COVID-19 mitigation policies: Evidence from Guinea, with Leonardo Arriola and Allison Grossman
"Randomized Controlled Trials: Thinking Through Identity and Positionality." (Guest editor with Kristin Michelitch). PS: Political Science & Politics.
Wartime Experiences of Civic Leaders: Legacies of Civil War in Sub-Saharan Africa Recipient of the Ralph Bunche Best Graduate Student Paper - 2018, from the African Politics Conference Group, an organized section of the American Political Science Association. Pre-Analysis Plan.
State Strategies to Control Civil Society in Post-Conflict Settings Legitimacy, Disenchantment and Democracy Promotion: Perceptions of Local NGOs in Post-Conflict Africa
Civic Education Messaging Effects in Violent Contexts, with Leonardo Arriola, Aila Matanock, Manuela Travaglianti. Pre-Analysis Plan
Civic Education in Violent Elections: Evidence from Côte d'Ivoire's 2015 Election, with Leonardo Arriola, Aila Matanock, Manuela Travaglianti. Pre-Analysis Plan.
Women’s Income and Abortion Policy Preferences: Evidence from Zambian Politicians with Leonardo Arriola, Danny Choi, Melanie Phillips, and Lise Rakner
Partisanship, Gender, and the Structure of Politician Networks in Zambia with Leonardo Arriola, Danny Choi, Melanie Phillips, and Lise Rakner