Karibu sana!

Currently, I am a PhD candidate in Comparative Politics at the University of Florida. I hold a Bachelor’s in Political Science (Appalachian State University, 2008), a Master’s in International Affairs (Texas A&M University, 2011), and a Master’s in Political Science (University of Florida, 2015).  I have conducted fieldwork in D.R. Congo, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, and Uganda.  My research interests focus on regime transition, political institutions, elections and electoral politics, gender politics, and sub-Saharan Africa.  See the blog for my frequent ramblings about African politics, data, research methods, US foreign policy, and other random insights.  I also have a data page posted with datasets I’ve compiled, cleaned, and/or made more Stata friendly.  Lastly, you can check out my CV.  I am always looking for opportunities to collaborate on research and international development projects.  Hope you enjoy reading my website and I am eager for your comments!  If you wish to contact me: abedgell@gmail.com

Cheers,
Amanda B. Edgell, June 2017

 

*Disclaimer: The views and opinions in this blog belong solely to the author and, unless stated otherwise, do not represent the official position of any organization mentioned herein or to which the author is affiliated. Unless otherwise noted, all entries and photographs are copyright (c) Amanda B. Edgell. All rights reserved.
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