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Jasmine C. Jackson

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Ph.D., Political Science

Expected Date: May 2022

Major Field: American Politics
Minor Field: Public Policy
Graduate Certificate in African American Studies

Purdue University
M.A., Political Science

Major Field: American Politics
Minor Field: Public Policy

May 2019

Jackson State University
B.A., Political Science

Summa Cum Laude

April 2017

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Brown, N.E., Ingram, A.J., Jackson, J.C., Lenear, I.S., Smith, A.D. (Forthcoming) “Black Lady Classroom.” In Handbook of Political Research Pedagogy, eds. Eric D. Loepp, Daniel Mallinson, and Julia Marin Hellwege. Palgrave McMillan.

Brown, N.E., Jackson J.C., & Strawbridge, M.G. (Forthcoming) “Talking and Testifying: Black Congresswomen’s Response to Covid-19” in The Evolution of Political Rhetoric: The Year in C-SPAN Archives Research, Volume 6, eds. Robert Browning. Purdue University Press.

Dickinson, K. A., Jackson, J. C., & Williams, P. H. (2020). Jackson State University: Challenging Minds and Cultivating the Political Science Pipeline. PS: Political Science & Politics, 53(1), 148-150.

Caballero, G., Jackson, J. C., & Brown, N. E. (2020). Community as Self: An Interview with Nadia E. Brown. PS: Political Science & Politics, 53(2), 312-313. (Reprint)
Caballero, G., Jackson, J., and Brown, N. (2018). “Community as Self: An Interview with Nadia Brown.” The Legislative Scholar, 3(2), pp. 17-19.

Works in Progress


“Prototypical or Stereotypical? The Influence of Stereotypes on the Media’s Coverage of Candidates.”

“Did You Get My Message: Republican Black Women’s Messaging” with Nadia E. Brown, India Lenear, and Michael Strawbridge

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