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Katie Marchetti

(she/her/hers)Associate Professor of Political Science (2015)

Contact Information

marchetk@dickinson.edu

Denny Hall Room 12
717.254.8331
http://www.kathleenmarchetti.com

Bio

Professor Marchetti's teaching interests focus on gender and U.S. politics, interest groups, intersectionality, political representation, and political methodology. Her research on these and other topics has been published in Politics & Gender; Journal of Women, Politics and Policy; Gender, Place & Culture; Interest Groups & Advocacy; Politics, Groups and Identities; State and Local Government Review; Political Science Research and Methods; Journal of Political Science Education; Politics and Religion and several edited volumes. Professor Marchetti's research and commentary have also been published by The Washington Post, CNN, The Hill, and the London School of Economics, among other outlets.

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • B.A., Gettysburg College, 2007
  • M.A., Pennsylvania State University, 2009
  • Ph. D., 2013

2022-2023 Academic Year

Fall 2022

POSC 120 American Government
A basic introductory course in American federal government which emphasizes its structure and operation. Special attention is given to the executive, legislative, and judicial processes.

WGSS 202 Gender,Politics & Policy in US
Cross-listed with POSC 233-01.Overview of gender and politics in the United States. Examines the roles women play in the U.S. policy process, how public policies are "gendered", and how specific policies compare to feminist thinking about related issue areas. The course also discusses gender-based differences in political participation inside and outside of government.

POSC 233 Gender,Politics & Policy in US
Cross-listed with WGSS 202-01. Overview of gender and politics in the United States. Examines the roles women play in the U.S. policy process, how public policies are "gendered", and how specific policies compare to feminist thinking about related issue areas. The course also discusses gender-based differences in political participation inside and outside of government.This course is cross-listed as WGSS 202. Prerequisite: 120 or AP credit equivalent.