Hi. I’m Matt Glassman. I’m a researcher and writer in Washington, DC.
My current areas of research include: congressional operations, separation of powers, institutional design and change, and 19th century American political development. See my full CV here.
I was born in Albany, New York in 1978. I graduated from Shaker High School in 1996, and magna cum laude from Hamilton College in 2000. After college, I moved to New Haven, Connecticut to work on a Ph.D. in political science at Yale, which I completed in 2007.
I live in Vienna, VA with my wife, Sarah and daughters Anna (8), Abigail (6), and Elizabeth (3). When I’m not busy with the family or thinking about politics, I like to play cards, listen to 70s glam rock, and watch a whole lot of English rugby on TV. I can make a damn tasty Old Fashioned, but my first love will always be cheap Canadian beer, no glass, thanks.
All writing and opinions on this website reflect my own personal views and in no way represent the views of the Congressional Research Service, the Library of Congress, or the Congress of the United States.