Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences

Nicholas Campbell-Seremetis is a PhD candidate at the University of Chicago specializing in international relations and political psychology. His current research focuses on people’s beliefs about how their international counterparts think, and the causes and consequences of variation in these beliefs about others’ judgment, competence, and rationality. His broader interests include diplomacy, conflict, and incorporating factors such as emotions, perception, belief, performance, rhetoric, and race into longstanding debates in international relations.