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:
Fabio Rojas and I were pleased to join Daniel Schlozman in a critical dialogue about our thematically-related books on political parties and social movements. The dialogue appears this month in Perspectives on Politics. Read it here:
My latest article appears today in Democracy: A Journal of Ideas. It is titled “Transcending Partisanship in the Age of Trump.” It is a quick read — only 2,000 words. The link is here:
Today I was quoted in the Christian Science Monitor on efforts by the Tea Party to form a countermovement to the anti-Trump movement.
Here are some recent media stories that I was quoted in:
LSA /OS Honors students Katherine Ruehrdanz and Rebecca Strauss conducted research during the Inauguration weekend in Washington, DC. Specifically, they conducted surveys at the Counter-Inaugural protests and the Women’s March on Washington. They were accompanied on the trip by Assistant Professor Michael Heaney. Both women are writing honors theses in Organizational Studies (OS).
Here are the links to the media coverage that I’ve received in the last few weeks:
My article, “Unconventional protests: Partisans and independents outside the Republican and Democratic national conventions”, appears in the latest issue of Research & Politics. Read it here:
Today I contributed an essay on “Bernie Sanders and the Occupy Wall Street Wing of the Democratic Party” to the blog Mobilizing Ideas. Check out my essay, along with contributions by Steffen Blings, Fabio Rojas, Rodolfo Disi Pavlic, and Deana Rohlinger.