Jordie Davies (PhD, political science, UChicago 2021) is a postdoctoral scholar at the P3 Lab at the SNF Agora Institute.
Davies’ research and writing interests include Black politics and political thought, US social movements, and Black feminism. Her research agenda focuses on the influence of social movements on political attitudes, activism, and political participation.
Davies’ dissertation, “From Adherents to Activists: The Process of Social Movement Mobilization” examines social movement support and participation at the aggregate and local levels, breaking down the various paths to political activism in contemporary progressive and racial justice movements, especially the Black Lives Matter movement.
Davies’ research has been supported by the Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship and Berkeley’s Center on Democracy and Organizing. She has been awarded the Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, the Diversifying Faculty in Illinois Fellowship, and the APSA Minority Fellows Grant.
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