Teaching & Advising

Undergraduate Courses:

  • Democracy and Development in Africa
  • Parties and Elections in Developing Countries
  • Topics in African Politics
  • Political Institutions in Democracies and Non-Democracies
  • Political Economy of Africa

Graduate Courses:

  • Field Experimental Methods
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Strategies for Political Inquiry
  • Field Seminar in Comparative Politics
  • Politics and Economics of Africa

APSA Short Course:

  • Using Qualitative Information to Improve Causal Inference (SC-19, 2013)

PhD Students:

  • Janet Lewis (Harvard 2012; now assistant professor, George Washington University)
  • Sarah Shehabuddin (Harvard 2012; assistant professor, Asian University for Women, Bangladesh)
  • Catherine Kelly (Harvard 2014; post-doc, Washington University in St. Louis)
  • Christopher Rhodes (Harvard, 2014)
  • Julie Faller (Harvard, 2015)
  • Noah Nathan (Harvard 2016; assistant professor, University of Michigan)
  • Ana Catalano Weeks (Harvard 2016; lecturer, University of Bath)
  • Yuequan Guo (Michigan, in progress)
  • Eitan Paul (Michigan, in progress)
  • Megan Ryan (Michigan, in progress)
  • Peter Carroll (Michigan, in progress)
  • Thiha Zaw (Michigan, in progress)