Oxford Q-Step Centre

Javier Perez Sandoval

I am a second year DPhil in Politics candidate based at Wolfson College. Before the DPhil, I completed a Master in Comparative Government and before coming to Oxford, I got my BA in Politics and a Research Methods Diploma back in Mexico City. I am passionate about regime change, subnational politics, presidentialism and socio-economic development. Methods wise I’m an advocate for ‘theory-grounded eclecticism’ but strongly believe that quantitative literacy is fundamental. In learning and teaching ‘metrics, I encourage a hands-on and problem solving approach. I’ve previously taught the Latin American Politics tutorial to undergrads at the University of Oxford and I’ve also worked as an Associate Lecturer at Brookes University for a similar course. Beyond my keen interest in Argentinian, Brazilian and Mexican political dynamics, I’m also a sci-fi, coffee and cinema aficionado.

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