I am a Hallsworth Fellow at the University of Manchester. My research interests include cross-national participation; developing tools for working with big data in social science; internet activism and participation; and social network analysis.

I work on the British Election Study. You can find the BES data through the website here. I teach political sociology, R programming and social network analysis.

I also work for the World Bank as a data scientist analysing online civic engagement in developed and developing country contexts, for the Organisation for Security and Co-Operation in Europe, running statistical analysis of election observer reports, and for the BBC on their election night coverage.

I completed my DPhil in Sociology at Nuffield College with a thesis titled New Methods for New Data: Developing Techniques for Analysing Alternative Social Science Data.

You can find links to my Google Scholar profile here and my CV here.

Finally, you can read my sporadic tweets here.


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