Faculty Profiles

faculty photo imageDan Qi

Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science
Political Science Department
Division of History and Social Sciences

Dan Qi is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Reed College. She got her Ph.D. in the Department of Political Science at Louisiana State University in August 2022. Her first major is American Politics, and her second major is Comparative Politics. She has been active in research, with papers published in scholarly journals and several other ongoing research projects. She has taught several undergraduate classes independently (with strong teaching evaluations). Her main research area is race-ethnicity, and identity politics, especially in Asian American Politics and immigration. She also has widely ranged ongoing research in gender politics, news media and government, political behavior, public opinion, and political economy. She has publications in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, including Political Behavior and Social Science Quarterly. At the 2021 APSA conference, she presented a paper entitled “American Attitudes Towards Asians in the Trump Covid Era.” Her dissertation is about “Nationalism, Perceptions of Immigrant Threat, and Attitudes Towards Immigrants in Developed Countries.”

Personal website

More faculty profiles