Associate Professor, Department Chair
Research, Professional and Creative Activity:
- Co-author of "Descriptive Representation, District Demography, and Attitudes toward Congress among African Americans," Legislative Studies Quarterly, 33:2 (May 2008).
Works Under Review:
- "A Positive Theroy of Parties and Representation." (Journal of Theoretical Politics)
- "In Search of Limits to Democratic Representation with Divergent Parties." (British Journal of Political Science)
Dr. Cremona earned her Ph.D. in Comparative Politics from the State University of New York at Binghamton and a Masters Degree in American Government from Essex University in the UK. Her dissertation, A Meaningful Majority: Rediscovering Government by the People, provides an empirical examination of the potential and limitations of modern democratic governance. She is also a contributing author in Borders, Nationalism and the African State (Lynne Reinner, 2005). Her areas of specific interest include democratic representation, political parties and electoral behavior.
Teaching and Related Service:
- American Politics
- European Politics
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