July Sun, 2016
Officeholding in the Fifty States: The Pathways Women of Color Take to Statewide Elective Executive Office
Center for American Women and Politics scholar Kira Sanbonmatsu wrote a chapter in Distinct Identities: Minority Women in U.S. Politics, which investigates the pathways that women of color have taken to statewide elective executive office.
July Sun, 2016
Women’s Decisions to Run for Office: A Relationally Embedded Model
Center for American Women and Politics scholar Kira Sanbonmatsu and Susan J. Carroll wrote a chapter in The Political Psychology of Women in U.S. Politics. This chapter “presents an alternative approach to the standard ambition model of candidacy. The authors analyze state legislators’ decisions to seek elective office using the 2008 and 1981 CAWP Recruitment Studies.”
July Fri, 2015
The American Governor: Power, Constraint, and Leadership in The States
“This book brings together a broad range of research on governors in the American states, examining governors as potentially powerful leaders who are subject to a range of constraints, as well as considering how individual governors may choose leadership paths that either enhance or detract from that power.” The book includes chapters on research conducted under grants from ECAG. Eagleton contributors to this book include: Saladin Ambar (chapter 8), Ashley Koning (chapter 10) and John Weingart (chapter 11).
December Wed, 2014
Navigating Gendered Terrain: Stereotypes and Strategy in Political Campaigns
“From the presidential level down, men and women who run for political office confront different electoral realities. In her study, Navigating Gendered Terrain, Kelly Dittmar investigates how gender influences the campaign strategy and behavior of candidates today.” Written by Center for American Women and Politics scholar Kelly Dittmar.