Catherine Wineinger, PhD
Political Science Department
Western Washington University
Women and Politics
The American Presidency
Identity Politics & Polarization
The American Political System
Letters of Recommendation
and Mary K. Nugent. 2020.
“Framing Identity Politics: Right-Wing Women as Strategic Party Actors in the UK and US.”
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy. 40(1): 91-118.
2020. “Ambition for Office: Women and Policymaking” in
Good Reasons to Run: Women and Political Candidacy
Mirya R. Holman
Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.
How Can a Black Woman be a Republican? An Intersectional Analysis of Identity Claims in the 2014 Mia Love Campaign.
Politics, Groups, and Identities
2018. “Gendering Republican Party Culture.” in
The Right Women: Republican Party Activists, Candidates, and Legislators.
. Colorado: Praeger/ABC-Clio Press.
House Republicans kept a woman in their third-highest post. What stops GOP women from climbing higher?
- In the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog (May 20, 2021)
"Republican Women are becoming key party messengers. Here's how it happened."
- In the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog (February 15, 2021)
"How do right-wing women advocate for increased representation within parties that reject identity politics?
" - In the London School of Economics and Political Science's British Politics & Policy Blog (July 1, 2020)
"This inflammatory ad reveals why Republican women of color have a hard time getting elected"
- In the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog (October 4, 2019)
Susan J. Carroll
and Catherine Wineinger. 2017.
Representation Matters: Women in the U.S. Congress
New Brunswick, NJ: Center for American Women and Politics, Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
"Yesterday's Congressional women's softball game was bipartisan. But are women actually more bipartisan in practice?"
In the Washington Post's Monkey Cage blog, co-authored with Mary Nugent (June 16, 2016)