Arturo Chang is a Ph.D. candidate at Northwestern University. His research in Comparative Political Theory focuses on the study of collective identity formation, extra-institutional action, and the emergence of legal procedure in the Americas. His dissertation studies the deployment of collectivizing rhetoric in colonial contexts to better understand how concepts of patriotism and citizenship evolve without a necessary attachment to the nation-state. His research interests in American politics focus on representative institutions, group identity formation, civic participation, and political inequality. Arturo received a B.A. from DePaul University and an M.A. from Northwestern University.
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