Amanda Heideman

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology
Political Science
 Bolton Hall 664

Amanda Heideman studies American political behavior but tends to focus on local politics, exploring questions related to local political attitudes, behavior, and representation. In her dissertation project, she applies new methods for the estimation of subnational public opinion in order to analyze the quality and process of representation in local politics. In doing so, her work bridges insights from scholarship in the fields of American political behavior, urban politics, and political methodology.

Please visit Amanda’s webpage, here.