Research

 

Conference Presentations

Conference Panelist, Hitting the Bullseye: Constituencies of Women and Descriptive Representation (with Kaylee T. Johnson), Studying Voting and Election Administration using the CCES Panel, “Gender and Representation” Panel, 2016 SPSA Annual Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Conference Panelist, Lying About Voting: A Panel Study of Voter Turnout Overreports, “Studying Voting and Election Administration using the CCES” Panel, Cooperative Congressional Election Study (CCES) Conference within a Conference, 2016 SPSA Annual Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Conference Panelist, Bearing False Witness: The Influence of  Shared Social Group Identity on Voter Turnout Overreports, “Identity” Panel, 2015 Cooperative Congressional Study Conference in Sundance, UT.

Conference Panelist, Far From Post-Racial: Protest in Ferguson and Civic Engagement of Racial Minorities in the US, On Protest II: “Endemic crises and continuing protests in comparative and transnational perspective” Panel, 2015 Latin American Studies Association Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Conference Panelist, The Effects of Shared Social Group Identity on Voter Turnout Overreports, “Racial Identity and Linked Fate” Panel, 73rd Annual MPSA Conference (2015) in Chicago, IL.

Conference Panelist, Awakening the Giant? Latino Candidates, Minority Empowerment and Latino Turnout in the 2012 Congressional Election (with Tatishe M. Nteta (1st author), Ph.D. and Wouter Van Erve),  “Race, Candidates for Office, and Public Officials” Panel, 73rd Annual MPSA Conference (2015) in Chicago, IL.

Conference Panelist, The Effect of Co-Ethnicity and Shared Race on Voter Turnout Overreports, “Race, Ethnicity, and Political Behavior” Panel, 2015 SPSA Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA.

Conference Panelist, Awakening the Giant? Latino Candidates, Minority Empowerment and Latino Turnout in the 2012 Congressional Election (with Tatishe M. Nteta, Ph.D. (1st author)),  2014 APSA Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.

Symposium Panelist, Are Hispanic Constituents Their Favorites? Hispanic Members of Congress and Roll Call Vote Agreement Across Racial/Ethnic Constituencies, Association of Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Students Symposium at UMass – Amherst 2014.

Poster Session, Occupy: Braketing Racial Inequality, On Protest Symposium, Theorizing the Tahrir Moments Research Group, UMass – Amherst April 2013. http://blogs.umass.edu/protest/files/2013/08/Ivelisse-Protest-Symposium-Poster-2.pdf

 

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