Associate Professor of Political Science and Asian Studies
227 Pond Lab University Park, PA 16802
Wednesdays 1:00 -3:00 pm in person and by appointment
Ph.D., The University of Michigan, 1987
Her primary research interests are in democratization and elite behavior from a cross-national perspective as well as the politics of developing nations and new democracies.
Her work appeared in Political Analysis and she has published two books Negotiating Democracy (with Michelle M. Taylor), and, Fragile Democracies: The Legacies of Authoritarian Rule. She came to Penn State in 1998 from Caltech and from Texas A&M.
Dual Degree Ph.D. in Asian Studies
- Developing countries
- Civil conflict
Areas of Interest
- Comparative Politics