About me

I am a PhD student at the Department of Political Science, University of Michigan as well as the DPIR, University of Oxford. I am currenlty a SEAREG Pre-Dissertation Fellow and, in 2018, was a Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies Graduate Student Fellow. My work focuses mainly on the intersections between protest and regime type (autocracy, in particular) and uses mixed-methods research to triangulate public opinion data with experiments. Geographically, I am most interested in the Asia-Pacific region and here in particular Myanmar and Hong Kong.

NOTE: I am currently conducting a household survey in Hong Kong, asking those invited via mail to share their opinions on the current situation in Hong Kong as well as their use of technology for my research. If you have been invited: Thank you very much for your participation!