Marine Dabon, Ph.D. Candidate

marine.dabon@sorbonne-nouvelle.fr

Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3

Country: France

About Me:

I am a doctoral student from Université Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris. I am currently studying at Tufts University, MA.

Research Interests

Elections, Election Administration, and Voting Behavior

Gender and Politics

Political Parties and Interest Groups

State and Local Politics

Specific Areas of Interest

Women Senators

Women Candidates

Political Ambition

Women And Elections

Candidate Emergence

Countries of Interest

United States

My Research:

For my doctoral dissertation, I am working on women candidates to the U.S. Senate from 1978 to 2018, and in particular the decision-making process. I study the role of the political parties in the promotion of women's candidacies, the importance of gender in the decision to run for office and the incentives to run (such as the various protest movements that arise). I also study the obstacles that women face before entering the race and the support by PACs and political organizations such as EMILY's List or the National Organization for Women.

Publications:

Journal Articles:

(2018) Conference "Liberating the Spirit of Women as an American Value" by Senator Carol Moseley Braun, Transatlantica

Tags: Gender and Politics, Elections, Election Administration, and Voting Behavior, Race, Ethnicity and Politics

This review is a summary of former American Senator and Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun’s speech during a conference entitled « Liberating the Spirit of Women as an American Value », organized by Hélène Quanquin and Christine Zumello and held on November 16th in université Sorbonne Nouvelle.