Mendelberg, Karpowitz, Oliphant Paper Wins APSA Award for Best in Political Psychology
Now the cover article in Perspectives on Politics, Gender Inequality in Deliberation: Unpacking the Black Box of Interaction, by Tali Mendelberg, Christopher Karpowitz, and J. Baxter Oliphant, has been named the best paper in political psychology. The Best Paper Award is given to the most outstanding paper in political psychology delivered at the previous year’s Annual Meeting, and will be conferred in August at this year's APSA meetings in Washington DC. Mendelberg and Karpowitz won the same award in 2012 for a paper they presented at that time.
Tali Mendelberg is a CSDP faculty associate and professor of politics at Princeton University; Christopher Karpowitz (PhD Princeton 2006) is associate professor of political science at Brigham Young University; and Baxter Oliphant is a PhD candidate and CSDP graduate student.
Professors Mendelberg and Karpowitz are co-cuthors of the forthcoming book from Princeton University Press,The Silent Sex: Gender, Deliberation, and Institutions, scheduled to be released in August 2014.