Gender Inequality and Integration in the U.S. and Latin America, Michelle Taylor-Robinson

Date: 
Friday, October 19, 2012 - 02:30
Location: 
18th floor Patterson, West End

Michelle Taylor-Robinson (Political scientist, Texas A&M). "Not Tokens Anymore: Expanding Equality and Integration of Women in Presidential Cabinets in the U.S. and Latin America." (Poster linked here, Slides linked here.)18th floor Patterson, West End. Friday October 19, 2:30. 

  • A reception will follow the talk at 3:30 pm in the lobby. 
  • Co-sponsored with Latin American Studies, Political Science and Sociology.
  • Dr. Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson’s research focuses on how the design of democratic institutions affects representation and the consequences for consolidating democracy with a regional focus on Latin America. Her recent work studies the representation of poor people (Do the Poor Count? Representation and Accountability in a Context of Poverty, 2010 Penn State University Press) and gender inequality in Latin American countries. She is Director of Graduate Studies and her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation and the Organization of American States.
Materials: 
Event type: 
Research Talks
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