I am an Assistant Professor in Princeton's Department of Politics and School of Public and International Affairs. I study comparative politics and political economy with a regional focus on Latin America. My first book project investigates how religious ideas about economics and inequality shape the electoral and policy influence of religious actors.
I received my PhD in Political Science from UC Berkeley in 2019. Before coming to Princeton, I was an Academy Scholar at Harvard's Weatherhead Center for International Affairs as well as a predoctoral fellow at the Identity & Conflict Lab (University of Pennsylvania) and the Center for the Study of Religion and Society (University of Notre Dame).
You can reach me at: tunon[at]princeton.edu
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