Eduardo Campbell Bethancourt is a PhD candidate in the department of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences at Utrecht University and at the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS). He obtained a BA in International and Area Studies with minors in Portuguese and Psychology at the University of Oklahoma in 2020. After that, he earned a Master of Public Policy at the Hertie School in Berlin, Germany in 2022. During his PhD, Eduardo aims to examine what narratives there are on overarching identities (e.g. working class) that encompass people from both majority and minority groups in structural disadvantaged positions. Further, he will analyze whether these narratives increase recognition of shared disadvantages and opportunities for improvement of interethnic relations.