Science magazine just ran a super-cool article that covered my research this past weekend:
I am quoted in this article on “University of Michigan profs head to Washington for March for Science”
Today I was quoted in a story in the Global and Mail (Canada) on “Scientists divided over impact of Washington’s March for Science”.
Yesterday I was quoted in a Politico article on “How Berkeley became a hotbed of violence in the Trump era”.
I was quoted by this article in the San Francisco Chronicle:
My protest research was covered today in Science Magazine. The article included a great photo of Kate Ruehrdanz, who is writing her honors thesis at Michigan on attitudes toward civility and violence among protesters. (Kate is the one with the Michigan hat!)
My new article, “Activism in an Era of Partisan Polarization” is forthcoming in the October 2017 issue of PS Political Science & Politics. It will appear in a symposium on civic engagement and activism in the changing political context in the United States. Many thanks so Maryam Z Deloffre and Carrie Booth Walling, who are editing the symposium. Read my article here: