Christina Wolbrecht on Google Scholar


J. Kevin Corder and Christina Wolbrecht. 2016. Counting Women’s Ballots: Female Voters from Suffrage through the New Deal. New York: Cambridge University Press. [link]CountingWomensBallots

Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. The Politics of Women’s Rights: Parties, Positions, and Change. Princeton: Princeton University Press. [link]

Edited Books

Christina Wolbrecht, Karen Beckwith, and Lisa Baldez, editors. 2008. Political Women and American Democracy: Critical Perspectives on Women and Politics Research. New York: Cambridge University Press. [link]

Christina Wolbrecht and Rodney E. Hero with Peri E. Arnold and Alvin B. Tillery, editors. 2005. The Politics of Democratic Inclusion. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. [link]


Christina Wolbrecht and Michael T. Hartney. 2014. “‘Ideas about Interests’: Explaining the Changing Partisan Politics of Education.” Perspectives on Politics 12(September):603-30. [PDF] Copyright Cambridge University Press.

John Griffin, Brian Newman, and Christina Wolbrecht.  2012.  “A Gender Gap in Policy Representation in the U.S. Congress?” Legislative Studies Quarterly 37(February):35-66. [PDF]

Christina Wolbrecht and David E. Campbell. 2007. “Leading by Example: Female Members of Parliament as Political Role Models.” American Journal of Political Science 51(October):921-39. [PDF]

David E. Campbell and Christina Wolbrecht. 2006. “See Jane Run: Women Politicians as Role Models for Adolescents.” Journal of Politics 68(May):233-47. [PDF]

J. Kevin Corder and Christina Wolbrecht. 2006. “Political Context and the Turnout of New Women Voters After Suffrage.” Journal of Politics 68(February):34-49. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. “Partisanship and Pre-floor Behavior: The Equal Rights and School Prayer Amendments.” Political Research Quarterly 53(December):711-20. [PDF]

Robert H. Durr, Andrew D. Martin, and Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. “Ideological Divergence and Public Support for the Supreme Court.” American Journal of Political Science 44(October):768-76. [PDF]

Robert H. Durr, John B. Gilmour, and Christina Wolbrecht. 1997. “Explaining Congressional Approval.” American Journal of Political Science41(January)175-207.

Book Chapters

Christina Wolbrecht.  2008.  “Introduction:  What We Saw at the Revolution:  Women in American Politics and Political Science.” In Political Women and American Democracy, eds. Wolbrecht, Beckwith, and Baldez.  New York:  Cambridge University Press. Pp. 1-11.

Rodney E. Hero and Christina Wolbrecht.  2005.  “Introduction.” In The Politics of Democratic Inclusion, eds. Wolbrecht and Hero.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press. Pp. 1-14.

J. Kevin Corder and Christina Wolbrecht. 2004. “Using Prior Information to Aid Ecological Inference: A Bayesian Approach.” In Ecological Inference: New Methodological Strategies, eds. Gary King, Ori Rosen, and Martin Tanner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [link]

Christina Wolbrecht.  2002.  “Female Legislators and the Women’s Rights Agenda:  From Feminine Mystique to Feminist Era.” In Women Transforming Congress, ed. Cindy Simon Rosenthal.  Norman:  University of Oklahoma Press. Pp. 170-97.


Christina Wolbrecht. 2016. American Political Party Platforms, 1948-2008. Quasi-sentences coded via the Policy Agendas Project framework. Available at

Replication Datasets

Martin and Wolbrecht (2000):  [Link] to replication and supplementary materials.

Durr, Martin, and Wolbrecht (2000):  [Link] to replication and supplementary materials.

Durr, Gilmour, and Wolbrecht (1997):  Excel97 file, DGW.xls, containing replication data set, and text file, DGWreadme.txt, explaining replication data set.  Mark Ramirez has updated the congressional approval series; please contact him directly for that update.