Brittany Bramlett


Lecturer of Political Science

Curriculum Vitae

Brittany Bramlett received her doctorate in the spring of 2012 from the University of Maryland, College Park. She taught as an Assistant Professor at Albright College in Reading, Pennsylvania for 2 years before coming to the University of Georgia.

Education
  • Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park 2012, American Government & Politics
  • MA, University of Maryland, College Park 2009, American Government & Politics
  • BA, University of Georgia 2006, Political Science/ Public Relations
More About

Brittany’s doctoral research considered age as a contextual factor capable of influencing individual political attitudes and behaviors. Her book on the subject, Senior Power or Senior Peril: Aged Communities and American Society in the Twenty-First Century, will be released early 2015. Her research interests include age and politics, contextual effects, religion and politics, and journal publishing transparency. She enjoys teaching American politics, political behavior, research methods, and urban politics. Dr. Bramlett is also passionate about connecting undergraduate students with government-related internships.

Areas of Expertise
  • American Politics
  • Political Behavior
  • Political Cognition
  • Public Opinion
  • Age and Politics
  • Religion and Politics
  • Research Methods for Social Sciences
  • Journal Publishing Transparency