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Academic Publications

2015. Masculinity, Media, and the American Presidency. NY, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.

2015. "From Ferraro to Palin: Sexism in Coverage of Vice Presidential Candidates in Old and New Media," Politics, Groups, and Identities (with Sarah Oliver, Ian Breckenridge-Jackson, and Caroline Heldman).

2015. "“Terms of Engagement: Online Political Participation and the Impact on Offline Political Participation,” in Controllingthe Message: Campaigning and Governing in an Information Rich Environment, eds. Victoria A. Farrar-Meyers and Justin Vaughn. NYU Press (with Jessica Feezell and Mario Guerrero).

2013. "Issue Comparisons and Ordinal Priming," in the International Journal of Communication (with Erica Lively, and Bruce Bimber)

2012. "Facebook and Political Engagement: A Study of Online Political Group Membership and Offline Political Engagement," in Computers and Human Behavior (with Jessica Feezell and Mario Guerrero).

2012. "News Media Frame Novel Technologies in a Familiar Way," in The Social Life of Nanotechnology, eds. B.H. Harthorn and J.W. Mohr. NY, New York: Routledge Press (with Erica Lively, David Weaver, and Bruce Bimber).

2007. "Political Parties: Advancing a Masculine Ideal," in Rethinking Madame President eds. L.H. Cox and C. Heldman. CO, Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers. 


Blog Posts on my Scholarship



“The Emperor Has No Balls.” The New West blog. Available at: http://bit.ly/2ha2d98

“The Two Hillary Clintons: How Supporters and Detractors Describe the Democratic Nominee.” The LSE US Centre’s daily blog on American Politics and Policy. Available at: http://bit.ly/2gX9Mkq

“How we talk about Manhood—and Womanhood—During a Presidential Race.” The Washington Post. July 27, 2016. Available at: http://wapo.st/2gF6LY8


Nerdist.com, Hound Tall Podcast. “Women in Politics.” Aired February 5th, 2016. Avail. At: http://bit.ly/2gxcT1q


"On Objectification and Opting Out." Brooklyn Quarterly. May 18, 2015.

"See Hillary Run." Brooklyn Quarterly. April 15, 2015.

"Man Enough?" The Blue Review. April 6, 2015.

"The Daily Show and Political Culture: Skepticism or Cynicism?" The New West. March 10, 2015.