I am South African-born, Scottish-educated and Spanish-speaking political scientist living between Southampton and Madrid. Currently I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in at the University of Southampton.
Before joining the University of Southampton, I was a visiting research fellow at the Juan March Institute in Madrid (UC3M) and I received my PhD from the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London where I was part of the Quantitative Political Economy and the Regulation and Public Policy research clusters.
I utilise quantitative methodological approaches in my research incorporating experimental designs including both field and survey experiments.
I also provide teaching instruction to students at the undergraduate and postgraduate level including courses on political behaviour, comparative politics, European politics, globalisation, research methods in social science as well as specifically in quantitative methods.