Sarah K. Dreier Department of Political Science University of New Mexico
ABOUT I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of New Mexico. My research interests include comparative politics, human rights and state oppression, gender, religion, and integrating qualitative and natural language processing computational methods. I have conducted research in East Africa, Western Europe, and the United States. My research has been published in outlets including British Journal of Political Science, International Studies Quarterly, Democratization, Harvard Data Science Review, and Washington Post Monkey Cage. Prior to joining UNM, I was an NSF Postdoctoral Fellow (Political Science and Computer Science and Engineering) and a Data Science Postdoctoral Fellow (eScience Institute) at the University of Washington. I previously worked in public policy research and advocacy in Washington, D.C., hold a Ph.D. from University of Washington (Seattle), and earned my B.A. from Northwestern University (Evanston). Curriculum vitae.