Meghan Condon is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Loyola University Chicago.
She is the recipient of the American Political Science Association (APSA) 2013 Best Experimental Dissertation Award and was named the 2017 APSA Distinguished Junior Scholar in Political Psychology. Her research examines the relationship between inequality and political attitude formation, political engagement, and the effectiveness of policies designed to reduce inequality among children and youth.
Her first book The Economic Other: Inequality in the American Political Imagination was published in 2020 with The University of Chicago Press. Her research has also appeared in journals including the Journal of Politics, Political Behavior, Political Psychology, and Policy Studies Journal.
Professor Condon is a former middle school and high school teacher and has now taught students in every grade from 7th to graduate school. She currently teaches courses in American politics and public policy, environmental policy, and inequality and American democracy and is an active faculty participant with the Loyola Senn High School Partnership.
Source: Loyola University Chicago