Amy is a third year doctoral student in Government whose primary field is Comparative Politics. Her research interests broadly include political behavior, political psychology, social movements, comparative public policy, and authoritarian regimes. The majority of her previous research has been on Latin America and China. Her current research projects include an analysis of preferences for democracy in Peru, and an examination of the links between Chinese citizens' satisfaction with public policy and their perceptions of government legitimacy.
PhD, Political Science, American University (in progress)
BA, Political Science, Old Dominion University