Instructor of Record

Political Psychology of Racism and Sexism

This course examines the politics and psychology of racism, sexism, and their intersections. We will use a variety of methodologies to explore both the roots and consequences of prejudiced attitudes, ranging from theoretical texts to experimental designs. Students will assess different techniques used to understand how racism, sexism and other forms of prejudice manifest in contemporary politics.

[summer 2022 syllabus available here]

Graduate Teaching Assistant Experience

  • Mass Media and American Politics
  • Public Opinion and American Democracy
  • Politics of Food
  • Men, Women and U.S. Politics

Contact me: rachelsg@stanford.edu