Mark Brockway is a fourth-year graduate student in American politics. He studies political incorporation and party identification among a range of important emerging groups including secular Americans in party politics, immigrant Americans, and multiracial individuals. His work is published in American Politics Research, edited volumes, and the Washington Post Monkey Cage Blog.
My research investigates how individual’s political and social identities impact participation in party politics as well as the effect of that participation on the structure of political parties. Specifically, my dissertation focuses on the role of party activists and the impact of issue constraint and party issue adoption.
Doctoral Student Affiliates Publish Article on How Language Impacts Aid Distribution in Mali
Mar 19, 2018
Kellogg doctoral student affiliates Emily Maiden and Mark Brockway say in a new article that aid distribution in northern Mali is skewed toward French-speaking areas, and not necessarily those who need it most.
Scholar of Religion in Politics Engages with Kellogg at Many Levels
Jun 15, 2017
“I want to understand how citizens can help to make democracy better,” says Visiting Fellow Amy Erica Smith. A political scientist with expertise in Latin American and Brazilian politics, she focuses her work on mass political behavior.