Dr. Alex Street, 2013-2014
Alex Street is now Assistant Professor at the Department for Political Science, Carroll College, Helena.
Alex Street was a postdoctoral researcher at MPI MMG. Alex holds a PhD from the University of California, Berkeley (December 2011), awarded for the dissertation 'Citizenship Begins at Home: How Families Shape Immigrant Incorporation'. He received his MA in Political Science at University of California, Berkeley in 2006.
Alex conducted research in two areas—citizenship and elections—as well as extending some current projects. The research on citizenship and elections involved comparisons across German cities and regions, to enhance our understanding of how contemporary democracies encounter and configure the social diversity that ensues from immigration.
- Immigration and political socialization (completed) (with Michael Jones-Correa (University of Pennsylvania) and Chris Zepeda-Millán (Loyola Marymount University))
- Political institutions and the challenge of diversity (completed) (with Karen Schönwälder, Cihan Sinanoglu, Daniel Volkert)
- Voters and representatives: how does immigrant background matter? (completed) (with Karen Schönwälder)