Assistant Professor of Political Science
Comparative politics, African politics, behavioral and development economics, and research methods.
Carnegie Hall, 203E
Lisa Mueller’s teaching and scholarly interests include comparative politics, African politics, behavioral and development economics, and research methods. Her book, Political Protest in Contemporary Africa, is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press. Her other work on protest has appeared in African Affairs, Electoral Studies, the Washington Post, and elsewhere. She also studies clientelism, coups, and citizen engagement, applying her expertise on those topics as a principal investigator and an advisor for USAID and the U.S. State Department. She has conducted fieldwork in Niger, Senegal, Mali, Guinea, Burkina Faso, and Malawi.
BA: Pomona College