Joshua is a third-year PhD student in political science and completed his BA in political science and globalization studies at SUNY Albany. He is primarily interested in civil war, terrorism, and human rights. His research on these topics is forthcoming in International Studies Quarterly and Terrorism and Political Violence.
Presidential Award for Undergraduate Research
Presented a paper at the 2014 Annual Northeastern Political Science Association Conference
"Cleansing the Caliphate: Insurgent Violence against Sexual Minorities." Forthcoming in International Studies Quarterly.
"Repression, Opportunity, and Innovation: The Evolution of Terrorism in Xinjiang, China." Forthcoming in Terrorism and Political Violence.