Selected media coverage

My commentary on political parties and candidate recruitment in Broadview magazine

I talked to The Walrus about the absence of women leaders in Canadian politics

Hill Times names Women, Power and Political Representation a best book of 2021

Framed named a Hill Times 17 Political Books to Read

Coverage of my research on candidate nomination in a front-page story in the Toronto Star, entitled Why Canada’s political pipeline leaves little room for anyone but white men

Regional representation – and a lot of men named William. Analysis of Canadian ministers shows how building a cabinet shapes a nationToronto Star. December 5, 2019.

‘Modest’ progress sees more women elected to the House, but researchers call 2019 the ‘status quo’Hill Times. October 30, 2019.

Election saw gender parity and diversity among candidates in Ottawa ridingsOttawa Citizen. October 24, 2019.

Journalists inherit ‘institutional blindspots’ that cloud 

Racialized women in politicsPolicy Options Podcast. March 13, 2019.

In addition to traditional academic talks, I have given lectures at a prison, in public libraries, and at a high school. I also regularly comment on news stories about race, gender, and diversity in Canadian politics.

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