Founder and Editorial Director, Political Report
Daniel Nichanian previously worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Chicago. He has researched and written on criminal justice, voting rights, local politics, and political theory. His writings and scholarship have appeared in The Appeal, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Philosophy & Rhetoric, Democracy, The Daily Beast, FiveThirtyEight, NBC News, Vox, and other publications. He received a BA from Yale University and a PhD in political science from the University of Chicago.
Daniel Nichanian is Founding Editor of The Appeal: Political Report, a project of The Appeal that covers the local politics of criminal justice and mass incarceration. He also writes in the Political Report, and sends its weekly newsletter.