Invited Talks

  • "Are Women Leaders Better in a Pandemic? Separating Fact from Fiction," Gender & Politics Series, Occidental College (July 2020) use password 4T&996g5 to watch

  • “Women and 2020 Election,” TV guest, 10 pm News, KPVI, Pocatello, ID (March 2020)

  • “Corporate Board Diversity and the Impact of Policy Discourse. An exploration of Germany and Japan,” University of Tokyo (March 2019)

  • “Intersectionality, Inequality, and Collective Action,” panelist, UN Week Occidental College (February 2019)

  • “Republican Women and Local Activism,” Hastings College (February 2019)

  • “GRAD SCHOOL: Getting the Most from Your Conference Experience,” Roundtable, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Baltimore, MD, August 2018

  • “GRAD SCHOOL: How to Survive Graduate School,” Roundtable, Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Baltimore, MD, August 2018

  • “Alternative Gift Market”, Main Street News & Views, Pocatello Community Media, November 2017

  • "Women Rights around the Globe" and "Why not U.S.?" Teton High School through Liberal Arts High, Fall 2017.

  • "Women in Politics”, League of Women Voters, Pocatello Idaho, August 2017

  • (with Shauna Shames) “Marching beyond Red and Blue,” Roundtable: The Women's March on Washington, Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, April 2017

  • "Gender, Sexuality, and the Post-Colonial State​," Frank Church Symposium, Idaho State University. March 2017

  • "Inter-Regional Issues in a Post- Colonial State," Frank Church Symposium, Idaho State University. March 2017

  • “The Future of Women in Politics in Germany, the US, and Beyond. Opportunities for Women's Political Leadership," Center for European Studies at Rutgers University, Rutgers University, December 2, 2016

  • (With Donna Lybecker) “The European Union and Brexit”, New Knowledge Adventures, Idaho State University Continuing Education, Pocatello, Idaho

  • “Real Talk. Get and Use the Facts.” Invited Trainer, Go Run National Training, Vote Run Lead, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 2014

  • “The 2014 Midterm Elections and its Meaning for Women on the Federal Level.“ Invited Speaker, Emerge Colorado, November 2014

  • “Post Midterm Election Analysis.” Invited Participant, Raising Ms. President Google Hangout, November 11, 2014

  • “Lessons from Abroad. The Impact of Electoral Systems on Women’s Representation.” Representation 2020 Meeting.  Washington, DC, October 9, 2014

  • “Imagined Communities – Germany’s struggles to confront its cultural diversity.” Department of Communication, Colorado State University; April 25, 2013


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