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Hi, I'm Jaclyn Kaslovsky, a fifth year Ph.D. candidate at Harvard University. My research focuses on Congress, representation, and women in politics. In my dissertation, I analyze how senators choose to allocate their resources, including their time and staff, and the effect of these choices on the quality of representation. In doing so, I seek to provide an update to the traditional “home style” literature that explains congressional members’ attention to their home districts. Prior to joining the Harvard community, I received a B.A. in Political Science from New York University in 2015, magna cum laude.

You can access my CV here.