I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Missouri.
I am also a 2018-19 CSIS US-Korea NextGen Scholar, selected as one of the "next generation of Korea specialists in the United States," and was previously a Provost Postdoctoral Fellow at NYU.
I study nationalism and democratic survival in East Asia, with particular focus on the Korean peninsula. I am currently working on my first book manuscript, Duty to Nation: How Nationalism Works for Democracy in Asia, and projects on North Korean refugee integration, nationalism and democratic support, and democratic ceilings in the Third Wave.
My work is published or forthcoming in journals such as the British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Politics, & Journal of East Asian Studies.
I hold a PhD in Politics from Princeton, MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School, and BA from Stanford University.
My full CV is here.
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