Today I received the amazing news that I received the UROP Outstanding Research Mentor Award, which is a major award for undergraduate teaching at the University of Michigan. I was nominated for this award by Chen Liang, who was the student who traveled to present our joint work at Yale University a few weeks ago. I am enormously grateful to Chen, as well as to the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), and its Director, Sandra Gregerman. I work with about 10 students through this program each year, which is absolutely integral to the progress of my research program. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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:
I was quoted by Oklahoma NPR in an article about state laws to increase penalties on protest.
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: