Kate Schneider

Government and Politics Network
Pembroke College
MPhil Comparative Government

Kate Schneider is an MPhil Politics (Comparative Government) student focusing on Canadian and American comparative politics. Her research interests include the political development of race, state formation, colonialism, and the nature of state power.

In addition, Kate is the Managing Editor of the Oxford Political Review and an Associate Editor with the Canadian Law Review. She currently works as a Research Assistant on a joint project between the Investigative Journalism Foundation and the University of Toronto that has created the largest published database of political donations in Canada. Kate is also the Director of Research and 2nd Vice President for Survivors to Superheroes, a non-profit based in New York that supports young survivors of sexual violence.

Previously, Kate graduated from the University of Toronto with a BA (Hons) in political science. At the University of Toronto, she completed her undergraduate thesis on the development of competing racial paradigms among state actors during the United States' overseas imperial expansion in the late 19th century.