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Suzanne Globetti

Assistant Professor (non-tenure track)

Suzanne is interested in the political behavior of ordinary citizens, specifically how voters react to campaign stimuli such as ideological code words. Her recent work examines the conditional effects of candidate characteristics on vote choice. Suzanne enjoys teaching American politics and basic regression classes.

Representative publications

  • Globetti, Suzanne, and Marc J. Hetherington. "Political Trust and Racial Policy Preferences." American Journal of Political Science 46(2002): 253-275.