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Kerice Doten-Snitker

  • Doctoral Candidate
  • University of Washington
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Recent publications

  • Leveraging Vertically Integrated Courses and Problem-Based Learning to Improve Students' Performance and Skills

    • Elzomor M
    • Mann C
    • Doten-Snitker K
    • et al.
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  • Developing a shared vision for change: New results from the revolutionizing engineering departments participatory action research

    • Margherio C
    • Litzler E
    • Doten-Snitker K
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Education

PhD, Sociology

University of Washington

March 2013 - Present

MA, Sociology

University of Washington

September 2010 - March 2013(3 years)

BA, Sociocultural Studies; BA, International Relations

Bethel University

August 2006 - May 2010(4 years)

About

Who belongs? Who doesn't? I research the decisions people and institutions make that define and redefine their political communities. My dissertation asks why state policies change with respect to minority groups. Specifically, when and why did city and state governments in medieval and early modern Europe expel their Jewish residents? To answer this question, I place state policy towards minorities within the broader political context of the state’s political system and political culture.

Co-authors (8)

  • Ande Reisman
  • Tim Thomas

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