In my role as the Associate University Librarian for Public Services and Collection Development, I serve as a link between library staff and the Stanford research community. I am committed to extending the reach of the Stanford University Libraries to all Stanford researchers; I am particularly responsible for the Libraries' work with the Humanities, International and Area Studies, and Social Sciences. As Political Science Subject Specialist I support research and teaching in Political Science, including research support and acquiring data, e-resources, monographs and other materials.
- JD, U.C. Berkeley School of Law
- PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Political Science
- BA, Brigham Young University, Political Science
“Learning from the Master: Carlos Annacondia and the Standardization of Pentecostal Practices in Argentina” in Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Healing, ed. Candace Gunther Brown, Oxford University Press, 2011.
“La Nueva Política Evangélica: El Movimiento Evangélico y el Complot Católico en la Argentina” in Religion y Sociedad, Porto Alegre, no. 3, 2-25, 2000.
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In my career, I have been a professor of political science at Brigham Young University (1998-2001) and a lecturer in Political Science at U.C. Berkeley (1997-98, 2004). I also have extensive experience as a practicing lawyer having been a commerical litigator at SNR Denton (2004-2010) and a Staff Attorney at the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (2010-2011).