This is the webpage of Brad Jones, Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Davis. My research interests and expertise encompass the domains of race and ethnic politics, in particularly Latinx politics. My most recent work addresses questions pertinent to race and ethnic politics, with a particular focus on how Latina/os "see," interpret, and cope with stereotyping and discrimination.
In particularly, I'm interested in questions related Latina/o identity and beliefs about discrimination and stereotyping as well as non-Latino perceptions of Latinos and Latino-relevant public policy, such as U.S. immigration policy. In addition to this, I've published widely in the field of methodology. My work has been published in the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, Journal of Politics, Political Behavior, and several other journals. I also have a Cambridge University Press book, Event History Modeling for the Social Sciences co-authored with Janet Box-Steffensmeier.
I also work extensively with Humane Borders and assist with their efforts to provide water to migrants crossing through the Sonoran desert. I am an authorized Humane Borders driver for the Organ Pipe water stations. As a proud third-generation Mexican American, I honor the opportunity to assist migrants in need in the U.S.-Mexico border zone.
Outside of work, I love to run, hike, and be in nature. Finally, I am deeply involved in issues related to social justice and immigrant rights. Follow me on Twitter @LPRGatUCD.
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