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Doctoral StudentComparative Politics
Within the Comparative politics subfield, Dustin studies the points of intersection between religion and politics. He is interested in questions such as how and when religion influences political outcomes and institutional development, how religion is related to nationalism, and what role religious institutions can play in violent conflicts. Further, Dustin is not only interested in how religion influences politics, but also in how political institutions alter religious behavior and religious institutions. His work is centered on the post-Soviet space.
Before starting his PhD, Dustin worked as a parliamentary campaign aide in the 2010 United Kingdom general election.
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