I study American Politics with specialization in Political Psychology and Race and Ethnic Politics. My research agenda and dissertation, Black Like Me: The Malleability of African American Political Racial Group Identification, examines the importance of black political discourse in black opinion formation and racial group norms. My published work can be found in the American Political Science Review and Politics, Groups, and Identities. You can download my CV here.
I teach several courses including: Race and Politics, Urban Politics, Introduction to American Government, Women of Color in Politics, Contemporary Black America, Research Methods in African American Studies, and Capstone for African American Studies.