Regina L. Wagner is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin - Madison. She received her Magistra Artium in Political Science from the Universtät Regensburg in Regensburg, Germany, in 2009. Her research focuses on the political representation of women and women's interest on the state and national level in the US. Her dissertation is titled "Patterns of Representation: Women's Political Representation in the US and the Conceptualization of Women's Interests".
Byron E. Shafer and Regina L. Wagner (2016): Modern Eras and Alternative Futures: The American Elections of 2016 in the Longest Run. The Forum 14(4), p. 399-413.
The Forum 14(4), p. 399-413
Byron E. Shafer, Regina L. Wagner, and Par Jason Engle (2014): The 2014 Midterm in the Longest Run: The Puzzle of a Modern Era. The Forum 12(4), p. 591-608.