I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in political science at the University of York and an associate researcher at the Centre de Recherches Politiques (CEVIPOF) at Sciences Po.
I have been a visiting researcher at the Research Chair in Electoral Studies at the University of Montreal and the department of cognitive studies at Ecole Normale Supérieure.
My research interests are in the areas of social and political psychology, electoral behavior, and comparative politics. Specifically my work focuses on the association of voters' psychological traits with their political choices and the impact of fear and anger on political attitudes and voting.
I have published a number of articles in peer-reviewed journals including Political Psychology, Political Behavior, West European Politics, Journal of Research in Personality, Electoral Studies, and Party Politics. My work has also been featured in several media outlets such as Le Monde, Libération, Reuters, the Guardian, and the Washington Post.
I teach introduction to comparative politics, political psychology, and quantitative methods.