In 2012, I graduated from Duke University with my Ph.D. in Political Science. From 2012-2013 I was a visiting Assistant Professor at Oberlin College. The following year I began at Indiana University in Bloomington, where I am now an Associate Professor.
My research focuses on American politics, race and racism in America and statistical methods. These interests overlap in my recent projects concerned with the measurement and dimensionality of Whites' racial attitudes.
For more examples of my work and publications, please see my CV here.