- American Politics
- Formal Theory and Quantitative Methods
Kabir Khanna is a PhD student in the Department of Politics, specializing in American Politics and Formal Theory & Quantitative Methods. His research interests include political psychology, public opinion, representation, and survey methodology. Prior to studying at Princeton, Kabir worked as a survey researcher at Westat, conducting federally commissioned studies in healthcare quality improvement and other areas. He graduated from Stanford University in 2007 with a B.A. in Human Biology and M.A. in Psychology.