Jeremy Horowitz

Assistant Professor of Government
Silsby 203
HB 6108
The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding
B.A. Oberlin College
M.A. Johns Hopkins University
Ph.D. University of California, San Diego

Selected Publications

“Ties That Bind? The Rise and Decline of Ethno-Regional Partisanship in Malawi, 1994-2009.” Democratization 17(3): 534-563 (with Karen Ferree)

“Civic Education and Democratic Backsliding in the Wake of Kenya’s Post- 2007 Election Violence” Forthcoming. Journal of Politics (with Steven Finkel and Reynaldo Mendoza)

"Campaigns, Ethnic Polarizations, and Violence in Kenya's Multiethnic Democracy" (Book manuscript)

"Why Ethnicity Reduces Strategic Voting: Evidence from Kenya's 2007 Election" (with James Long)

"Power-Sharing as a Solution to Ethnic Conflict: Kenya's Experience since 2008."

"Politician-Induced Violence in Africa" Calculated Electoral Strategy or Unintended By-Product?" (with Jonas Hjort)