Dr. Brittany Perry researches and teaches courses on American and Race and Ethnic politics. Some of her specific interests include racial politics in the U.S., Latino political representation, Latino immigration, the effects of geography on political attitudes and participation rates, and congressional institutions.
Dr. Perry received her Ph.D. in Political Science from Duke University in 2013. Prior to joining the faculty at Texas A&M in the Fall of 2015, she was an Assistant Professor at Lafayette College in Easton, PA.
– POLS 206: American National Government
– POLS 320: Race and Politics in the US
– POLS 485: Directed Studies
– POLS 233: U. S. Politics and Policy
- Pedraza, F. I., & Perry, B. N. (2019). Validating a Measure of Perceived Parent–Child Political Socialization. Political Research Quarterly.
- Bridging the Gap: How Geographic Context Affects Political Knowledge Among Citizen and Non-Citizen Latinos.” (2015) With Christopher D. DeSante. American Politics Research.
- “Richard Fenno’s Theory of Congressional Committees and the Partisan Polarization of the House.” (2013) With John H. Aldrich and David W. Rohde. In Congress Reconsidered, Tenth Edition.
- “House Appropriations After the Republican Revolution.” (2012) With John H. Aldrich and David W. Rohde. In Congress and the Presidency. 39: 1-25.