Ana Bracic is an Assistant Professor in the Political Science Department at Michigan State University and a member of the Minority Politics Initiative at MSU. From 2014 to 2019, she was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Oklahoma. Her research is predominantly in the field of comparative politics and focuses on questions of human rights, discrimination, and the persistence of social exclusion. Most of her research relies on lab-in-field and survey experiments. In order to gather data from severely underrepresented populations, such as Roma in Central Europe, Dr. Bracic uses innovative approaches to measurement, like videogames. Dr. Bracic is a co-founder of Community Engagement + Experiments Lab at the University of Oklahoma and a co-organizer of the Minority Politics Online Seminar Series (MPOSS). Dr. Bracic earned her PhD from the Politics Department at NYU in 2013.
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