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Daniel Schlozman

DANIEL SCHLOZMAN is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches courses on parties and elections, Congress, and the welfare state. He is the author of When Movements Anchor Parties: Electoral Alignments in American History (Princeton University Press, 2015), winner of the 2016 Tilly prize for the best book on collective behavior and social movements. He is now writing two books, one, with Sam Rosenfeld at Colgate University, on the development of what they term “hollow parties” from the Jacksonian Era to the age of Trump, and the other on the relationship between the rise of finance and center-left parties in the United States and the United Kingdom. His essays have appeared in outlets such as n+1 and The Nation. He holds an AB and PhD from Harvard University.