I am an Americanist with a strong interest in the methodology of the social sciences.
In American politics, my substantive interests include elite strategy, ideology, racism, and political communication. I'm also interested in the long-run consequences of federalism on public opinion, and the political economy of the US Higher Education system.
Methodologically, I'm interested in applied statistics for the social sciences, including causal inference and machine learning. In the philosophy of social science, I'm interested in causality and theory building.
I completed my BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Worcester College, Oxford, and an MPP at Georgetown University.