Samuel Thomas Donahue

Samuel Thomas Donahue

Research Interests

Samuel Donahue is a PhD student and Paul F. Lazarsfeld Fellow in the Department of Sociology. He is interested in computational methods, the politics of group boundaries, and identity. In one ongoing project, he examines the relationship between partisan affiliation and racial boundary crossing. His published research can be found in the American Sociological Review and Criminology.


M.A. Sociology, Columbia University (2018)

B.A. Sociology, Bard College (2011)