Kim Fridkin

Professor, School of Politics & Global Studies, Arizona State University

Kim Fridkin began teaching at ASU in 1989 after receiving her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. She has contributed articles to the American Political Science Review, American Journal of Politics, and the Journal of Politics. She is the co-author of The Changing Face of Representation: The Gender of U.S. Senators and Constitutent Communications (University of Michigan Press, 2014), co-author of No-Holds Barred: Negative Campaigning in U.S. Senate Campaigns (Prentice Hall, 2004), co-author of The Spectacle of U.S. Senate Campaigns (Princeton University Press, 1999), and the author of The Political Consequences of Being a Woman (Columbia University Press, 1996). Professor Fridkin's current research interests are negative campaigning, women and politics, and senate elections.

 

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B.A. (1984) Psychology, University of Michigan. M.A. (1987) Political Science, University of Michigan. Ph.D. (1989) Political Science, University of Michigan.

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