Ashley E Jardina
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Ashley Jardina (Michigan PH.D. 2014) is an Assistant Professor of Political Science. Her research explores the nature of racial attitudes, the development of group identities, and the way in which these factors influence political preferences and behavior. She is primarily interested in how Americans are responding to increasing diversity, and her current project explores the conditions under which white racial identification and white consciousness among white Americans is a salient and significant predictor of policies, candidates, and attitudes toward racial and ethnic groups. She is also interested in the study of gender and politics. Her dissertation won the 2015 American Political Science Association award for the best dissertation in race and ethnic politics.
- Ph.D., University of Michigan at Ann Arbor 2014
Burns, N, Schlozman, KL, Jardina, A, Shames, S, and Verba, S. "What's happened to the gender gap in political participation?: How might we explain it?." 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women's Political Activism. February 15, 2018. 69-104. Full Text
Diop, A, Jardina, AE, Tessler, M, and Wittrock, J. "Antecedents of Trust among Citizens and Non-citizens in Qatar." Journal of International Migration and Integration 18.1 (February 2017): 183-202. Full Text
Valentino, NA, Brader, T, and Jardina, AE. "Immigration Opposition Among U.S. Whites: General Ethnocentrism or Media Priming of Attitudes About Latinos?." Political Psychology 34.2 (April 2013): 149-166. Full Text
Hutchings, VL, and Jardina, AE. "Experiments on Racial Priming in Political Campaigns." Annual Review of Political Science 12.1 (June 2009): 397-402. Full Text