Shawna Metzger

Visiting Assistant Professor

Office : Tyler 425, 757-221-1816
Links: [[skmetzger, Email]] and {{http://www.shawnakmetzger.com, Webpage}}
Office Hours: Tues 3:30-5PM & Thurs Noon-1:30PM
Research Interests: International Relations (interstate conflict), Political Methodology

Background
Shawna K. Metzger received her BS from the Rochester Institute of Technology (2007) and her MA and PhD from the University of Pittsburgh (2009, 2013). She teaches courses in IR, international security, and research methods. Her substantive research examines the interplay between disputed issues and interstate conflict, and her methodological research focuses on duration models, particularly their ability to model complex political processes. She has published in Conflict Management and Peace Science, International Interactions, International Studies Quarterly, the Journal of Conflict Resolution, the Journal of Legislative Studies, Political Analysis, and Stata Journal. Prior to joining William & Mary, she taught in the University Scholars Programme at the National University of Singapore for five years.