Parrish is a political scientist focused on state politics and environmental policy in the U.S. Her research examines political representation, policy responsiveness to partisan politics, and the development and implications of elite and public attitudes for political conflict and policy outcomes. She earned her PhD in political science and urban and regional planning from MIT, her MS/MUP in environmental policy and urban and regional planning from the University of Michigan, and her BA in American studies and English from the University of Virginia. Read more about her research and work experience on her personal website.
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