Sam Abrams is professor of politics and social science at Sarah Lawrence College in New York. Sam is also a fellow with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington DC, where he focuses on questions of related civic and political culture and American ideologies, and is a faculty fellow with New York University’s Center for Advanced Social Science Research. He is also a founding board member of the Heterodox Academy – a group of almost two thousand professors who work to increase viewpoint diversity of college campuses.
Sam has written four books and is regular contributor to KCBS News, BBC Radio 2, and NPR. His writing and research can be found in numerous outlets and regularly contributes to the National Review, Politico, the New York Times, and Real Clear Politics.