Colin Moore is a student research assistant at CSPS and a senior at Swarthmore College majoring in political science and philosophy. His coursework focuses on American politics, comparative social policy, and continental philosophy.
In his second year at CSPS, Colin works on civil society and voting rights issues. His primary areas of concentration are the political and civic consequences of felon disenfranchisement laws. Recently, he co-authored an article with the Center's director, Professor Keith Reeves, on race and redistricting, which will soon be published in the North Carolina Law Review.
Colin is an EMT and crew chief for the Swarthmore Fire and Protective Association, a member of the parliamentary debate society, and a former president of the Swarthmore College student council. An unabashed Californian, Colin plans to pursue a law degree or a Ph.D. in political science in his native state after graduation.