Lauren Davenport https://politicalscience.stanford.edu/people/lauren-d-davenport, assistant professor of political science at Stanford University, presents on her book manuscript, Politics Beyond Black and White: Multiracial Identity and Attitudes in America, which seeks to understand the political consequences of our nation's increasingly blurred racial boundaries in an effort to enhance our understanding of race in 21st-century American politics. This presentation was part of the RICSRE Faculty Research Fellows Chautauqua Series and took place on April 30, 2015 at CCSRE, Stanford University. At these book salon-style events, faculty fellows discuss and debate their new work with faculty, graduate students, and other campus affiliates. For more information, visit http://ccsre.stanford.edu.
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