Mallory Rock

Mallory Rock

Graduate Assistant


Professional Summary

Mallory is a PhD candidate in the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Cincinnati. Her subfields are American Politics and Comparative Politics, and she isĀ pursuing a doctoral concentration in Feminist Comparative and International Politics. Mallory's research interests include women in politics, conservative women, white Christian nationalism, and white identity politics.


Bachelor's: Brigham Young University Provo, UT, 2018 (English)

Research and Practice Interests

Gender and Politics
Conservative Women
White Identity Politics
American Politics

Positions and Work Experience

08-2018 -02-2019 Communications Intern, Office of Georgia Governor, Atlanta, GA

02-2018 -04-2018 Policy Research and Analysis Intern, Romney for Utah Campaign, Orem, UT


Paper Presentations

Rock, Mallory (04-08-2023. ) Conservative Women and the Rise of White Christian Nationalism in the United States .San Francisco, Californa. Conference.


Identity politics, American politics, Conservative women, Nationalism, Gender and politics, White identity

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