I am a political scientist at The George Washington University. My work is focused on how political identities–from party identification to race, gender, and ethnicity–are formed and function in the American political system. More details are available in my cv.
I am the author of a recent book on the politics of women’s voting rights–The Woman Suffrage Movement in America: A Reassessment (Cambridge University Press). If you’d like to get a sense of the book’s argument, evidence, and findings, I invite you to read a piece I wrote about it for The Monkey Cage blog at The Washington Post: Forget Susan B. Anthony.