Clarence Moore

Ph.D. Candidate | Comparative Politics

clmoore3@wisc.edu

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Research Interests:

Armed Conflict, Identity, Middle East, Political Violence

 

About

Clarence is a Ph.D. candidate with subfields in comparative politics and international relations. His dissertation analyzes the conditional effects of violence on civilians’ political opinions in Syria and Iraq. Clarence is also interested in civil war, international security, political competition, and the use of agent-based models in political analysis. He speaks very good Arabic and beginner’s Persian. Clarence has benefitted from support from several organizations, including the National Science Foundation and the Study Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives.

Awards

2016

Study Foundation of the Berlin House of Representatives

2015

Fulbright United States Student Award

The American Academic Research Institute in Iraq (TAARII) Fellowship

2013

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

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