race and ethnicity

Gary Segura

Gary Segura
Professor of Political Science

Contact Info

E-mail: 
segura [at] stanford [dot] edu
Telephone: 
(650) 723 3583
Office Location: 
314 Encina West
Office Hours: 
Tuesdays/Thursdays 10-11am
Biography: 

Gary M. Segura is a Professor of American Politics and Chair of Chicano/a Studies in the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity at Stanford University.

Paul Sniderman

Paul Sniderman
Professor of Political Science

Contact Info

E-mail: 
paulms [at] stanford [dot] edu
Telephone: 
(650) 723 3591
Office Location: 
302 Encina West
Biography: 

Paul M. Sniderman is the Fairleigh S. Dickinson Jr. Professor in Public Policy and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution.

Sniderman’s research focuses on multiculturalism and politics in Western Europe and spatial reasoning.

He coauthored When Ways of Life Collide: Multiculturalism and Its Discontents in the Netherlands (Princeton University Press, 2007) with Louk Hagendoorn.

He has published many other books, including Reasoning and Choice, The Scar of Race, Reaching beyond Race, The Outsider, and Black Pride and Black Prejudice, in addition to a plethora of articles. He initiated the use of computer-assisted interviewing to combine randomized experiments and general population survey research.

Lauren Davenport

Lauren Davenport
Assistant Professor of Political Science

Contact Info

E-mail: 
ldd [at] stanford [dot] edu
Telephone: 
(650) 725 2435
Office Location: 
305 Encina West
Office Hours: 
By Appointment
Biography: 

Lauren Davenport is an Assistant Professor of Political Science. Her general research interests include American politics, public opinion, and race and ethnicity. In particular, her work seeks to problematize the study of racial identity by examining the development of political group consciousness among the U.S. mixed-race population. Professor Davenport's current book project, Politics Between Black and White, assesses how social, historical, and economic processes help construct multiracials' identities and political outlook. Her other ongoing research projects examine public attitudes towards interracial marriage, the policy ramifications of multiple-race identification, and the influence of coethnicity on voter support for political candidates.

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