Autumn Perkey is a Ph. D. student at the University of Maryland, College Park. She specializes in International Relations and American Politics. In 2019, she received her B.A. in Political Science from The Ohio State University. Her research interests include political psychology, conflict processes, wartime public opinion, leader decision-making, experimental and survey methodology, political behavior and identity, and security studies.
Areas of Interest
- Political Psychology
- Public Opinion
- Foreign Policy
- Political Behavior
- Security Studies
- Leader Decision-Making
Degree TypeB.A.Degree DetailsPolitical Science, The Ohio State University
2018-09-27Junior Research Process Award, Department of Political Science, The Ohio State University
Summer Fellowship, University of Maryland, College Park, 2020, 2021, 2022
Teaching Innovation Grant Recipient through College Park Scholars International Studies, Summer 2020
American Political Science Association Conference, Poster Session
American Political Science Association Conference, Lightning Round: Research Design
USM PROMISE AGEP Research Symposium and Professional Conference, College Park, MD
Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Lightning Talk : "Global Justice and Sovereignty: The Problem with Structural Sovereignty and Constitutive Identities"
University of Virginia Politics Graduate Conference (Accepted, Conference Cancelled due to COVID-19)
Midwest Political Science Association, Standing ePanel : Public Opinion, "Associative Duties and Just War Theory: Exchange Ratio Analysis of Civilian Casualties Versus Military Fatalities"
Participant. Future Strategy Forum, hosted by CSIS, the Kissinger Center, Bridging the Gap, and the MIT Security Studies Program, June 2020
Participant. Future Strategy Forum, hosted by CSIS, the Kissinger Center, Bridging the Gap, and the MIT Security Studies Program, June 2021
- American Politics
- International Relations