Associate Professor. Fields: American politics (public opinion, political psychology, gender & politics, race & politics) and methodology (statistical analysis, research design, experimental methods).
Winter’s recent book develops and tests a theory to explain the process by which public opinion can be shaped by implicit race or gender considerations (Dangerous Frames: How Ideas About Race and Gender Shape Public Opinion, University of Chicago Press). He has a project underway exploring the ways that ideas about gender and masculinity shape perceptions of political leaders, parties and issues throughout American history. His work has appeared in the American Journal of Political Science, Gender & Politics, Political Behavior, and Political Psychology.