Bryce J. Dietrich
Originally from the state of Kansas, I have called the University of Iowa my home since the Fall of 2016. My research interests include elite political behavior, descriptive representation, implicit gender/racial bias, and methodology. In particular, I work with non-traditional data sources, such as audio and video data. My work has received grant support from Amazon, C-SPAN, Department of Homeland Security, University of Illinois, University of Missouri, and University of Iowa. My dissertation “It’s Not What You Say, But How You Say It: Anger, Audio, and the U.S. House of Representatives" won the Kathleen L. Burkholder Prize for best dissertation in political science from the University of Illinois.
I received my PhD in 2014 from the University of Illinois. I also received an MA from the University of Kansas. I am currently an Assistant Professor of Social Science Informatics at the University of Iowa. At Iowa, I hold appointments in the Department of Political Science, the Department of Sociology, and the Iowa Informatics Initiative.