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Teaching


Teaching

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Teaching


Teaching

Teaching has always been central to my vocational identity.

An itinerant professor, I've taught courses in Humanities, Comparative Politics, American Politics, and Media and Politics. I have also assisted Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne and evangelical activist Jim Wallis with their courses at Georgetown University. Before moving to Washington, I taught at the middle school, high school, and community college levels. In the D.C. area, I have taught classes for Georgetown, American University, Marymount University, and James Madison University.

If you are interested in hiring me as an instructor, please contact me.

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Research


Research Projects

Research


Research Projects

Tough no longer a working political scientist, i have ongoing data projects and working papers in the fields of political behavior, public opinion, and money in politics. my current research includes the following:

  • Religious interest groups

  • Determinants of clergy political activism

  • The role of seminary in clergy ideology formation

  • Evangelicals' attitudes toward birth control

  • Religion as a determinant of political knowledge

  • Campaign spending and the quality of democracy

If you are a scholar and are interested in working with me as a coauthor to publish in these areas, please contact me.

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Scholarship


Scholarship

Scholarship


Scholarship

I am looking to publish my research in an academic press book.

I withdrew from a Ph.D. program in political science at Georgetown in 2018 due to competing demands on my time. However, I am still interested in maintaining my research agenda, for now, as an independent scholar.