doctoral student at Department of Government, Graduate Students
I am a doctoral student in Political Science at the Department of Government. My research focuses on political selections (renomination in particular) and broadly relates to debates on legislative careers and their longeivity, political seniority, party behaviour and discrimination. My teaching interests span comparative politics, development studies as well as social science methodology.
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I have a Bachelor of Arts degree in Politics and Modern History from the University of Manchester and a Master of Science degree in Poltics and International Studies from Uppsala University. Currenly, I am in the process of completing a Master of Science degree in Statistics at Uppsala University. Prior to enrolling in the PhD programme, I have worked as a research assistant and administrator at the Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies where I acquired field-research experience. My past professional experience also includes various internships both in the governmental as well as civil-society sectors.
My teaching interests include comparative politics, development studies as well as methodology. I am a seminar teacher on the graduate course in Social Science Methodology since autumn 2014. In spring 2015, I began teaching on the Comparative European Politics course and now act as a course convenor for the course. I supervise a number of Bachelor theses, most in the field of development studies.
I served as the chair of the PhD Student Association at the Department of Government between January 2015 and December 2016 and as a representative to the Department board between January 2015 and December 2017. Previously, I have also served as a chair of the PhD Student Association at the Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies (UCRS).
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