This page includes materials developed in my teaching and research that I am sharing with other scholars and the public at large. These materials are generally licensed under a "free software" or "open source" (sometimes called "copyleft") license that allows free reuse and modification, as long as you attribute credit to me (and any other authors) for the original work. Please refer to the individual files for the specific conditions attached to their use.
Lectures for American Government, developed for courses at MGA.
Lectures for Comparative Politics, developed for courses at MGA.
“What is Plagiarism? (And How to Avoid It).” Developed for courses at TAMIU. Current draft as of October 2018.
“Writing a Literature Review in the Social Sciences.” Developed for courses at TAMIU. Current draft as of October 2019.
For technical users: the original LaTeX sources are available for modification (set up for xelatex; you will certainly need TeXLive 2018 or later, along with the Liberation fonts and the Inter fonts, for each of them to typeset without needing changes).