Doctoral Student
(2014)

BA, Sociology, University of Michigan

MA, Sociology, University of Chicago

CV

My research investigates the structure and dynamics of political belief systems. I am particularly interested in discerning the sources of constraint in belief systems – why certain ideas seem to “go together.” My recent research has focused on the politicization of public attitudes towards science, new trends in American mass polarization, and applications of computational text analysis tools for the study of culture.

Selected Publications

Kozlowski, Austin C., Matt Taddy, and James A. Evans. The Geometry of Culture: Analyzing the Meanings of Class through Word Embeddings. Forthcoming. American Sociological Review