I teach a range of courses at E&H- from Statistics for the Social Sciences to Women & Politics to the Politics of Asia.  Having taught a range of courses, I enjoy leading students through traditional debates in international relations and incorporating insights from other disciplines.  

In guiding students through traditional debates and research methods in political science, I encourage students to push creative and disciplinary boundaries, such as applying principles of realism to the television series the Walking Dead.  In addition to publishing work on pedagogy in peer-reviewed journals, I have experience working with diverse groups of students and with teaching students abroad.

My research focuses on foreign policy and decision making in international conflict.  My most recent research project is on border disputes between India and China.  My coauthor, Florian Justwan (University of Idaho), and I are currently analyzing original survey data concerning Indian citizen’s attitudes towards compromise in border disputes.  

For more about me, visit my website:  https://fishersk.com/.