Amir M. Sadeh
Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar
Fields of Study: American Politics, Constitutional Studies
Research and Teaching Interests: Latino Politics, Immigration/Migration, Race and Ethnicity Politics
Amir is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame. His main field of study is in American Politics, with an emphasis in Latino Politics, Immigration/Migration, and Race and Ethnicity Politics. His additional research interests include State Politics, Civil Rights/Liberties, Constitutional Law, and Islamic Law. His dissertation, "Mobilization and Maria: Demographic Change in Florida and the Future of American Politics" focused on the growing Puerto Rican migrant population in Central Florida, pre- and post-Hurricane Maria, and the impact of this demographic shift on electoral politics in the state during the 2016 and 2018 elections. He is the recipient of Notre Dame’s Joseph L. Gaia Distinguished Fellowship in Latino Studies and former PoGo President from 2019-2020. Previously, Amir received his B.A. Honoris in Political Science (Honors Degree) and Psychology at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida.