Friday, April 11, 2014
Baker Center Toyota Auditorium
On Friday, the scholars who participated in the public roundtable, faculty and graduate students at UT, and other scholars from universities throughout the southeast will participate in a research workshop. The workshop will involve a series of small panels in which several people will present working papers related to the theme of gender and politics and other participants will provide feedback.
Topics for the scholarly panels include: comparative perspectives on the election of female officeholders; the connections between mass public opinion and women’s political representation; and politics at the intersection of race, gender, and ethnicity.
The workshop will be an excellent opportunity for UT’s faculty and graduate students and the invited guests to receive and offer feedback on their ongoing research.
Research presentations will be given by: (click each name to view their paper)
- Danielle Atkins, University of Tennessee
- Tiffany Barnes, University of Kentucky
- Fred Batista, Vanderbilt University
- Melissa Buice, University of Missouri
- Sarah Fulton, Texas A&M
- Melanie Hughes, University of Pittsburgh
- Sabrina Karim, Emory University
- Jana Morgan, University of Tennessee
- Tracy Osborn, University of Iowa
- Beth Reingold, Emory University
- Leslie Schwindt-Bayer, Rice University
- Adrienne Smith, University of Tennessee