Press & Events

Recent media coverage, writing, interviews

Recent events and presentations

Upcoming:

"An Audit Experiment on Race, Representation, and Issue Areas"

January 2022. Elite Experiments Mini-Conference, Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico


Previous:

Women in Legislative Studies Conference

October 20-22, 2022. Rice University

"How Politicians Polarize"

September 23, 2022. University of Notre Dame

"Who Do You Represent? Race, Issue Ownership, and Constituency Service"

September 15-18, 2022. American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada

"Affective Polarization and Negational Styles of Representation"

September 15-18, 2022. American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada

Perceptions, Stereotypes, and Discrimination of Women in Politics Workshop

August 24-26, 2022. Aarhus University, Denmark

"Winning At All Costs? How Negative Partisanship Affects Strategic and Sincere Voting in Primaries"

April 9, 2022. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL

"How Politicians Focus on Outgroups in Congressional Newsletters, Tweets, and Facebook Ads"

April 10, 2022. Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago IL

"Political Representation in an Age of Negative Partisanship"

March 30, 2022. Center for American Politics Speaker Series, Harvard University

"The Vicious Cycle of Negative Partisanship and Negative Representation"

January 26, 2022. Junior Americanist Workshop Series (virtual)

"Politicians Think Negative Partisanship is a Losing Electoral Strategy"

November 3, 2021. Yale University (virtual)

July 21, 2021. Political Elites & Experiments Conference (virtual)

April 6, 2021. Washington University in St. Louis, American Politics Workshop (virtual)

April 7, 2021. University of Toronto, Political Behavior Workshop (virtual)

"Studying the Symbolic Effects of Women in Office"

May 8, 2020. Quantitative Program in Social Science, Dartmouth College (virtual)

"Identity, Incivility, and Policy Issues in Congressional Communication"

April 15, 2020. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, Dartmouth College (virtual)

"Why Do Elites Engage in Negative Partisanship? A Research Design"

January 3, 2020. Elite Experiments Mini-Conference, Southern Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico

"Affective Representation: The Disconnect Between Public and Elites"

October 25, 2019. The Roots of Political Inequality and the Working of Democratic Representation, Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris

"The Effects of Women in Office on Perceived Gender Discrimination, Political Ambition, & Efficacy"

July 13, 2019. International Society of Political Psychology Annual Meeting, Lisbon, Portugal

"Representation in an Age of Negative Partisanship"

May 31, 2019. Cooperative Congressional Election Study Conference, Provo, UT

May 7, 2019. Quantitative Program in Social Science, Dartmouth College

March 7, 2019. State University of New York at New Paltz

See my curriculum vitae for other presentations and media coverage.