My teaching takes place in the classroom, the Lab and the field. In the classroom, I teach the following seminars: Theories of Comparative Politics, the first of the core graduate sequence; Poverty and Governance;  Latin American Politics;  Authoritarian Regimes; and the Logics of Violence.

In the Lab I bring together a group of graduate and undergraduate students who actively participate in numerous research activities, including sponsored projects, where they learn to tackle challenging, real-world problems. I also take students to the field to do research in Guatemala, Brazil and Mexico

Theories of Comparative Politics
Poverty and Governance
The Logics of Violence
Latin American Politics
Authoritarian Politics