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Curtis Bram

Curtis Bram

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Survey Methods / Political Behavior / American politics

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Professional Preparation

PhD - Political Science
Duke University - 2023
MA - Political Science
Duke University - 2020
MA - International Relations
The University of Chicago - 2016
BA - Economics and Political Science
Tulane University - 2014

Research Areas

American politics, political psychology, survey methods

Publications

Beyond partisan filters: Can underreported news reduce issue polarization? 2024 - Journal Article
Do at-large elections reduce black representation? A new baseline for county legislatures 2024 - Journal Article
A Professional Development Course for Political Science Undergraduates 2023 - Journal Article
The Most Important Election of Our Lifetime: Focalism and Political Participation 2023 - Journal Article
Expectations for policy change and participation 2023 - Other
Expectations for Policy Change and Participation 2023 - Journal Article
The Most Important Election of Our Lifetime: Focalism and Political Participation 2022 - Journal Article
When a conspiracy theory goes mainstream, people feel more positive toward conspiracy theorists 2021 - Journal Article