- Political Institutions
- Gender Politics
- Judicial Politics
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About Nancy Arrington
Dr. Arrington's research addresses how political institutions shape prospects for the inclusion and incorporation of women and minority officials, both in the United States and cross-nationally. In her dissertation project, she explains how institutional selection mechanisms condition three steps required for gender diversification on peak courts. Specifically, selection institutions shape the citizenry’s ability to (1) make inferences about whether or not gender bias occurs in the selection process, (2) identify the people or person responsible for perceived bias, and (3) hold those responsible for bias accountable. More information about current research projects can be found at http://nancyarrington.com/index.php/projects/
- PhD, Department of Political Science, Emory University, 2018
- MIP, Master of International Policy, School of Public and International Affairs, the University of Georgia, 2012
- B.A, Department of Government, the University of Texas at Austin, 2009.
Arrington, Nancy. 2018. “Gender and Judicial Replacement: The Case of US State Supreme Courts." The Journal of Law and Courts. 6(1).
Arrington, Nancy. (Forthcoming). “Qualification, Selection, and Retirement Characteristics of Women, Minority, and Minority Women State Supreme Court Judges,” in The Politics of Race, Gender, and the Judiciary. Eds. Sharon Navarro and Samantha Hernandez.
Spring 2018. “Group Selection and Opportunities for Gender Diversity in the Judiciary." Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago.
Fall 2017. “Perceiving and Rectifying Gender Bias on the Bench.” Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans.
Fall 2017. “Perceiving and Rectifying Gender Bias on the Bench.” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco.
Summer 2017. “Women and High Courts Cross-Nationally.” The European Conference on Politics and Gender, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Spring 2017. “Women, African Americans, Latinxs, Asian Americans and Selection to US State Supreme Court Benches.” Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago.
Fall 2016. “Women and High Courts Cross-Nationally.” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Philadelphia.
Summer 2016. “Women and High Courts Cross-Nationally.” The Varieties of Democracy Conference, Gothenburg Sweden.
Fall 2015. “Gender Diversity on High Courts: Research Design for Causal Inference.” Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco.
Spring 2015. “Women and African Americans and Tokenism on State Supreme Courts.” Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference, Chicago.