Position title: Ph.D. Student: International Relations
Political psychology, institutions, social identity, gender and politics, voting behavior, polarization.
Antonette Kirby (she/hers/her) is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She specializes in International Relations with an emphasis in political psychology. Prior to joining UW–Madison, Antonette received her BA from the University of Nebraska at Omaha where she studied Forensic Psychology and International Relations with an emphasis on Russia and Post-Soviet States. She continued her education at the University of Nebraska at Omaha receiving her MS in International Relations, and certificates in National Security and Intelligence, as well as American Government.
- (Kirby, A. Koelzer, J. 2023) “A Study of How White Voters Evaluate the Anger Expressions of Male and Female, Racially Diverse Candidates.” Presented at the Student Research and Creative Activity Fair, University of Nebraska Omaha.
- Presenter with Jared Koelzer and Gregory A. Petrow. (April 13, 2023). “A Proposed Study of How Intersectional Politician Categories Affect How Anger Expressions are Perceived and Evaluated.” Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference. Chicago, IL.
- (2022) With Dr. Gregory A. Petrow, Jared Koelzer. “A Proposed Study of How Intersectional Politician Categories Affect How Anger Expressions are Perceived and Evaluated.” Typescript.
- (2022) With Dr. Gregory A. Petrow. Grant: American Political Science Association’s Centennial Center.