Dr. Erin C. Cassese, Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations
Associate Professor, Political Science and International Relations
University of Delaware
465 Smith Hall Newark, DE 19716
Newark, DE 19716
Erin C. Cassese, PhD (Stony Brook University, 2007) joined the department in 2018. Her research explores the behavior of women as voters and candidates for political office in the United States. She is an Expert Contributor at Gender Watch 2018.
Cassese, Erin and Tiffany Barnes. Forthcoming“Reconciling Sexism and Women’s Support for Republican Candidates: A Look at Gender, Class, and Whiteness in the 2012 and 2016 Presidential Races.” Political Behavior.
Cassese, Erin and Mirya Holman. Forthcoming.“Playing the ‘Woman Card’: Ambivalent Sexism in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Race.” Political Psychology.
Blosnich, John, Erin Cassese, M. Reuel Friedman, Robert Coulter, Jordan Sang, Derrick Matthews, and Christina Mair. Forthcoming. “Religious Freedom Restoration Acts and Sexual Minority Population Health.” The Journal of Orthopsychiatry.
Cassese, Erin and Mirya Holman. 2018.“Party and Gender Stereotypes in Campaign Attacks.” Political Behavior. 40(3): 785-807
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