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IWS Friday Speaker Series: Katelyn Stauffer

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The Institute for Women's Studies presents a Friday Speaker Series talk by Katelyn Stauffer on "The Politics of Perception: How Beliefs about Women's Inclusion Shape Democratic Legitimacy in the US." 

Katelyn Stauffer is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science. Her research and teaching focus on topics related to gender and politics, representation, political institutions, and public opinion. Her current projects address two questions: 1) How does the inclusion of historically marginalized groups influence public opinion towards political institutions and their members? and 2) How do institutional structures influence the emergence and behavior of women in positions of power?

Open to the public.

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