University of California Professor Loren Collingwood researches and teaches American politics, with a special focus on campaigns, elections, and race and ethnic politics. He is currently completing a book on biracial electoral politics with a particular focus on the impact of demographic change.
He has been published in American Politics Research, Political Research Quarterly, Journal of Information Technology and Politics, the R Journal, Electoral Studies, Presidential Studies Quarterly and other peer reviewed journals.
He received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Washington in 2012. Prior to graduate school he was a researcher and analyst for Greenberg Quinlan Rosner, a Washington, D.C.-based political polling firm. He worked for the Carol Roberts congressional campaign in South Florida, the Campaign Finance Institute, and as an intern on Capitol Hill. He is an active observer of real world politics and is committed to testing and evaluating how accurately academic theories reflect the "on the ground" politics of campaigns.
Loren was born in Scotland to British and American parents, and grew up in Northern California.
You can read more about his research here: http://www.collingwoodresearch.com/
Professor Collingwood will speak Saturday, January 21, 2017 at The Eleanor Roosevelt Democratic Club and the public is welcome to attend this event. The ERDC meets on the 3rd Saturday of the month at 3 PM in the Provident Bank’s Community Room located at 27010 Sun City Blvd. Menifee, CA.