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Dylan is a second year doctoral student concentrating on Comparative and American politics. His research interests include democracy, political attitudes/behavior, and illicit markets. He focuses on Latin America and the United States. He's specifically interested in the drug trade; how it affects local democracy, development, and the rule of law. Similarly, he's interested in how U.S. anti-drug policy affects these dynamics. His research interests within the U.S. are the causes and effects of economic inequality and the formation of political attitudes/behavior.
Dylan is native to New Mexico. He studied two-years at New Mexico Military Institute where he received an Associate's of Arts degree (2014) before transferring to UNM. There he received his Bachelors in International Studies and Political Science (2016). Before going back to graduate school, Dylan worked with the local public schools assisting children with Autism.