December Wed, 2021
Women Voters and the Utility of Campaigning as “Women of Color”
The Journal of Women, Politics & Policy published an article co-authored by Kira Sanbonmatsu, Rutgers Professor and CAWP Senior Scholar.
June Mon, 2021
Women and unequal voice in governors’ races: a study of campaign contributions
The Journal of Politics, Groups, and Identities published an article written by CAWP Senior Scholar Kira Sanbonmatsu and CAWP Research Associate Claire Gothreau about "women’s political participation and political influence as donors for contests typically neglected by American politics researchers: gubernatorial elections."
March Mon, 2021
Invisible Forces: Gender, Race, and Congressional Staff
Politics, Groups, and Identities published a new article about the intersectional identities of congressional staffers, written by Dr. Kelly Dittmar, the director of research for CAWP. "This project adopts theories of gendered and racialized professionalism to make visible and evaluate gender, race, and congressional staff as key and intersecting forces in the function and outcomes of legislative institutions."
November Wed, 2020
A Survey Researcher’s Many Decisions
Oxford Encyclopedia of Politics published a new chapter about survey research written by Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling director Ashley Koning.