I am a Ph.D. candidate in political
science at the University of Michigan. I study group conflict and the
which identities are brought to bear on political preferences and
behavior in the United States. My dissertation focuses on the
which racial identification among white Americans is a salient and
predictor of policies, candidates, and attitudes toward racial and
research has been generously supported by a National Science Foundation
Graduate Research Fellowship and and a Gerald R. Ford Fellowship
through the University of Michigan.
profile at the University of Michigan Department of Political Science's
website is available here.