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Sarah Moore

Program Area(s):  Methods; Comparative Politics

Regional Specialization(s):  Latin America

Dissertation Title:

Expanding the Multi-Method Toolkit: Essays on Mixed-Methods Solutions for Comparative Politics in Diverse and Developing Contexts

Dissertation Committee:  Ana Arjona (Chair), J. Seawright, Jordan Gans-Morse, Beth Tipton (Statistics)

Research Interests: Research methods in hard-to-reach contexts, civilian communities in conflict, land conflict, comparative political economy of development, the subnational state, Central and South America, Bayesian analysis, knowledge accumulation

Honors & Awards: 

  • Buffett Graduate Fellow (2021-2022), University of the Andes-Bogotá Pre-Doctoral Fellow 2019-2021 (Funded by Global Challenges Research Fund of UK)
  • Universidad de los Andes Predoctoral Fellow


  • Arjona, Ana and Sarah Moore. January 2023. “Comportamiento político y social en zonas con y sin presencia de grupos armados." Foco Económico Moore
  • Sarah and Kiran Stallone. March 2022. “In Colombia, abortion is no longer a crime. But rural women will still find it hard to get one." The Monkey Cage, Washington Post.