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Editor, American Sociological Review
Deputy Editor, Work and Occupations
Editorial Board, American Journal of Sociology, American Sociological Review, Social Forces, Contemporary Sociology
Chair, Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section, American Sociological Association
American Association of University Women Fellowship
Honorable Mention, outstanding Article Award, Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section, American Sociological Association
National Science Foundation Grant: 'Dismantling the Patriarchal State: Women's Rights Activism, Nineteenth-Century Married Women's Property Acts, and Twentieth-Century Jury Rights Laws'"
Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics, Carrie Chapman Catt Center, Iowa State University,
American Social Movements
Law and Society
Politics, State, and Society
Women, Politics, and Change
Women and Social Activism
Quantitative Historical Methods
Women's Citizenship Rights
CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
Women's Rights Activism and Changes in Married Women's
Property Acts & Jury Rights Laws
Mobilizations to Fight Violence against Women
2012. Holly J. McCammon. The U.S. Women's Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation: A More Just Verdict. (Cambridge University Press)
2012. Holly J. McCammon. "Explaining Frame Variation: Moderate and More Radical Demands for Women's Citizenship in the U.S. Women's Jury Movements" Social Problems 59:43-69.
2010. Nella Van Dyke and Holly J. McCammon (editors). Strategic Alliances: New Studies of Social Movement Coalitions. University of Minnesota Press.
2009. Holly J. McCammon. "Beyond Frame Resonance: The Argumentative Structure and Persuasive Capacity of Twentieth-Century U.S. Women's Jury Rights Frames." Mobilization 14:45-64.
2008. Holly J. McCammon, Soma Chaudhuri, Lyndi Hewitt, Courtney Sanders Muse, Harmony D. Newman, Carrie Lee Smith, and Teresa M. Terrell. "Becoming Full Citizens: The U.S. Women's Jury Rights Campaigns, the Pace of Reform, and Strategic Adaptation." American Journal of Sociology 113:1104-1148.
2007. Holly J. McCammon, Courtney Sanders Muse, Harmony D. Newman, and Teresa M. Terrell. "Movement Framing and Discursive Opportunity Structures: The Political Successes of the U.S. Women's Jury Movements." American Sociological Review 72:725-49.
2004. Holly J. McCammon, Lyndi Hewitt, and Sandy Smith. "'No Weapon Save Argument': Strategic Frame Amplification in the U. S. Woman Suffrage Movements." The Sociological Quarterly 45:529-56.
2004. Lyndi Hewitt and Holly J. McCammon. "Explaining Suffrage Mobilization: Balance, Neutralization, and Range in Collective Action Frames, 1892-1919." Mobilization: An International Journal 9: 149-66.
2003. Holly J. McCammon. "'Out of the Parlors and Into the Streets': The Changing Tactical Repertoire of the U.S. Women's Suffrage Movements." Social Forces 81:787-818.
2002. Holly J. McCammon and Karen E. Campbell. "Allies on the Road to Victory: Coalition Formation between the Suffragists and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union." Mobilization: An International Journal 7:231-51.
2001. Holly J. McCammon. "Stirring Up Suffrage Sentiment: The Emergence of the State Woman Suffrage Movements, 1866-1914." Social Forces 80:449-480.
2001. Holly J. McCammon, Karen E. Campbell, Ellen M. Granberg, and Christine Mowery. "How Movements Win: Gendered Opportunity Structures and the State Women's Suffrage Movements, 1866-1919." American Sociological Review.