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Kerry L. Haynie

Professor of Political Science
Political Science
Box 90204, Durham, NC 27708-0204
279 Gross Hall, Box 90204, Durham, NC 27708

Selected Publications


Race, Gender, and Political Representation Toward a More Intersectional Approach

Book · October 16, 2020 In sum, our move toward a more intersectional approach to the study of political representation in the United States demonstrates how the presence and ... ... Cite

Race, gender, and political representation: Toward a more intersectional approach

Book · January 1, 2020 Who gets elected? Who do they represent? What issues do they prioritize? Does diversity in representation make a difference? Race, Gender, and Political Representation approaches these questions about the politics of identity in the United States different ... Full text Cite

CONTAINING the RAINBOW COALITION: Political Consequences of Mass Racialized Incarceration

Journal Article Du Bois Review · March 1, 2019 The emergence of an African American and Latino-dominated coalition with the potential to reconfigure American government and politics at the national, state, and local levels is one of the most noteworthy developments in U.S. politics over the past two de ... Full text Cite

Genes, Race, and Causation: US Public Perspectives About Racial Difference.

Journal Article Race and social problems · June 2018 Concerns have been raised that the increase in popular interest in genetics may herald a new era within which racial inequities are seen as 'natural' or immutable. In the following study, we provide data from a nationally representative survey on how the U ... Full text Open Access Cite

The Obama Coalition and the Future of AMerican Politics

Journal Article Politics, Groups, and Identities · 2013 Featured Publication Cite

Agenda setting and African American women in state legislatures

Chapter · January 1, 2013 Political scientists have, in recent years, uncovered substantial evidence that political representation in the United States is influenced by gender and race, yet generally examine the effects of gender entirely separate from the effects of race. In this ... Full text Cite

New race politics in America: Understanding minority and immigrant politics

Book · January 1, 2008 Featured Publication Foreign migration to the United States is dramatically altering the demographic profile of the American electorate. Nearly a third of all Americans are of non-white and non-European descent. Latinos and Hispanics have recently eclipsed African Americans as ... Full text Cite

Understanding the new race politics: Conclusions and challenges

Chapter · January 1, 2008 With significant waves of new immigration to the United States, overwhelmingly from Asia and Latin America, the electoral significance of minority voters is becoming increasingly apparent. As the studies in this volume make clear, how increases in the raci ... Full text Cite

Agenda setting and African American women in state legislatures

Journal Article Journal of Women, Politics and Policy · August 29, 2007 Political scientists have, in recent years, uncovered substantial evidence that political representation in the United States is influenced by gender and race, yet generally examine the effects of gender entirely separate from the effects of race. In this ... Full text Cite

Racial disparities in diabetes a century ago: evidence from the pension files of US Civil War veterans.

Journal Article Soc Sci Med · April 2007 Using a comprehensive database constructed from the pension files of US Civil War veterans, we explore characteristics and occurrence of type 2 diabetes among older black and white males, living circa 1900. We find that rates of diagnosed diabetes were muc ... Full text Link to item Cite

Racial Disparities in Diabetes a Century Ago: Evidence

Journal Article Social Science and Medicine · 2007 Cite

Paul M. Sniderman and Thomas Piazza. 2002. Black Pride and Black Prejudice

Journal Article Perspectives on Politics · March 2004 Cite

"Daniel T. Blue"

Chapter · 2003 Cite

Race, Gender, and Political Representation Toward a More Intersectional Approach

Book · October 16, 2020 In sum, our move toward a more intersectional approach to the study of political representation in the United States demonstrates how the presence and ... ... Cite

Race, gender, and political representation: Toward a more intersectional approach

Book · January 1, 2020 Who gets elected? Who do they represent? What issues do they prioritize? Does diversity in representation make a difference? Race, Gender, and Political Representation approaches these questions about the politics of identity in the United States different ... Full text Cite

CONTAINING the RAINBOW COALITION: Political Consequences of Mass Racialized Incarceration

Journal Article Du Bois Review · March 1, 2019 The emergence of an African American and Latino-dominated coalition with the potential to reconfigure American government and politics at the national, state, and local levels is one of the most noteworthy developments in U.S. politics over the past two de ... Full text Cite

Genes, Race, and Causation: US Public Perspectives About Racial Difference.

Journal Article Race and social problems · June 2018 Concerns have been raised that the increase in popular interest in genetics may herald a new era within which racial inequities are seen as 'natural' or immutable. In the following study, we provide data from a nationally representative survey on how the U ... Full text Open Access Cite

The Obama Coalition and the Future of AMerican Politics

Journal Article Politics, Groups, and Identities · 2013 Featured Publication Cite

Agenda setting and African American women in state legislatures

Chapter · January 1, 2013 Political scientists have, in recent years, uncovered substantial evidence that political representation in the United States is influenced by gender and race, yet generally examine the effects of gender entirely separate from the effects of race. In this ... Full text Cite

New race politics in America: Understanding minority and immigrant politics

Book · January 1, 2008 Featured Publication Foreign migration to the United States is dramatically altering the demographic profile of the American electorate. Nearly a third of all Americans are of non-white and non-European descent. Latinos and Hispanics have recently eclipsed African Americans as ... Full text Cite

Understanding the new race politics: Conclusions and challenges

Chapter · January 1, 2008 With significant waves of new immigration to the United States, overwhelmingly from Asia and Latin America, the electoral significance of minority voters is becoming increasingly apparent. As the studies in this volume make clear, how increases in the raci ... Full text Cite

Agenda setting and African American women in state legislatures

Journal Article Journal of Women, Politics and Policy · August 29, 2007 Political scientists have, in recent years, uncovered substantial evidence that political representation in the United States is influenced by gender and race, yet generally examine the effects of gender entirely separate from the effects of race. In this ... Full text Cite

Racial disparities in diabetes a century ago: evidence from the pension files of US Civil War veterans.

Journal Article Soc Sci Med · April 2007 Using a comprehensive database constructed from the pension files of US Civil War veterans, we explore characteristics and occurrence of type 2 diabetes among older black and white males, living circa 1900. We find that rates of diagnosed diabetes were muc ... Full text Link to item Cite

Racial Disparities in Diabetes a Century Ago: Evidence

Journal Article Social Science and Medicine · 2007 Cite

Paul M. Sniderman and Thomas Piazza. 2002. Black Pride and Black Prejudice

Journal Article Perspectives on Politics · March 2004 Cite

"Daniel T. Blue"

Chapter · 2003 Cite

"Henry Frye"

Chapter · 2003 Cite

African-American Representatives in the New Jersey Legislature: 1970-1989

Journal Article International Journal of Africana Studies · 2003 Cite

Agenda setting and legislative success in state legislatures: The effects of gender and race

Journal Article Journal of Politics · January 1, 1999 In this paper, we investigate the agenda-setting behavior of female and black state legislators, and examine whether women and blacks are as successful as white men in passing legislation. Using a six-state, three-year sample, we test a descriptive represe ... Full text Cite

Paul E. Peterson, ed. Classifying By Race

Journal Article Journal of Politics · May 1997 Cite

Katherine Tate, From Protest to Politics: The New Black Voters in American Elections

Journal Article Journal of Policy Analysis and Management · 1995 Cite