Allison Grossman

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Personal Statement: 

My research investigates the implications of international intervention for domestic politics, with a geographic focus on West Africa and the Sahel. My research has been supported by the West African Research Association, Organizing to Advance Solutions in the Sahel, and the UC Berkeley Center for Afrian Studies.  

Before beginning the PhD, I served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Guinea, and I worked for the Center for Global Development in Washington, DC. I graduated from Barnard College with a BA in Political Science  and Human Rights Studies.

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Dissertation Committee Chair: 
Leonardo Arriola (co-chair), Susan Hyde (co-chair)
Primary Subfield: 
International Relations
Secondary Subfield: 
Comparative Politics
Methodology & Formal Theory