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Holman, Mirya R. and Monica C. Schneider. “Gender, race, and political ambition: How intersectionality and frames influence interest in political office.” Politics, Groups & Identities. Online First.

Cassese, Erin and Mirya R. Holman. 2016. “Religious Beliefs, Gender Consciousness, and Women’s Political Participation.” Accepted for publication at
Politics and Religion.

Cassese, Erin and Mirya R. Holman. 2016. “Religion, Gendered Authority, and Identity in American Politics.”
Sex Roles. Online First. 

Wagner, Kevin, Jason Gainous, and Mirya R. Holman. “I am Woman, Hear me Tweet? Gender Differences in the Use and Effectiveness of Twitter among Congressional Candidates.” Accepted for publication at the 
Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy.  

Holman, Miry
a R., Jennifer Merolla, and Elizabeth Zechmeister. 2016. “Terrorist Threat, Masculine Stereotypes, and Candidate Evaluations.” Political Research Quarterly 69 (1): 134-147.

Holman, Mirya R., Monica C. Schneider, and Kristin Pondel. 2015. “Gender Targeting in Political Advertisements.” 
Political Research Quarterly.  68(4): 816-829. Winner of the Political Research Quarterly’s 2016 Best Paper Award. 

Holman, Mirya R. 2015. “Gender, Political Rhetoric, and Moral Metaphors in State of the City Addresses.”
Urban Affairs Review. Online First.

Holman, Mirya R., Monica C. Schneider, Amanda B. Diekman, and Thomas McAndrew. 2015. “Power, Conflict, and Community: How Gendered Views of Political Power
 Influence Women’s Political Ambition.”  Political Psychology. Online First. 

Farris, Emily and Mirya R. Holman. 2015. “Public Officials and a “Private” Matter: Domestic Violence Attitudes and Policies in The County Sheriff Office.” Social Science Quarterly 
96(4): 1117-1135.

Farris, Emily and Mirya R. Holman. 2014. “Social Capital and Solving the Puzzle of Black Women’s Political Participation.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 2(3): 331-349.

Cassese, Erin, Mirya R. Holman, Monica C. Schneider, and Angela L. Bos. 2015. “Building a Gender and Methodology Curriculum: Integrated Skills, Exercises, and Practices.” Journal of Political Science Education 11(1). 

Chamely-Wiik, Donna, Patricia Heydet-Kirsch, Mirya R. Holman, and Jennifer Peluso. 2014. “Scaffolding the development of student research skills for capstone experiences: A multi-disciplinary approach.” Council of Undergraduate Research Quarterly 34(4): 18-25.

Greenlee, Jill, Mirya R. Holman, and Rachel VanSickle-Ward. 2014. Making it Personal: Assessing the Impact of In-Class Exercises on Closing the Gender Gap in Political Ambition"Journal of Political Science Education 10(1): 48-61. 

White, Kenneth and Mirya R. Holman. 2012. “Marijuana Prohibition in California: Racial Prejudice, Selective-Arrests, and Today’s Marijuana Arrests.” Gender, Race, and Class 19(3-4): 75-93. 

Holman, Mirya R. and 
Renat Shaykhutdinov. 2012. The Chechen War and an Emerging Gender Gap in Russia." Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes 34(1-2): 61-86. 

White, Kenneth and Mirya R. Holman.2011. Pop Culture, Politics, and America’s Favorite Animated Family: The Partisanship of The Simpsons.” Journal of Cultural Studies 34(1): 87-107.

Holman, Mirya R., 
Jennifer Merolla and Elizabeth Zechmeister. Sex, Stereotypes, and Security: An Experimental Study of the Effect of Crises on Assessments of Gender and Leadership.” 2011. Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy 32(3):173–192. 

Stephen Choi, Mitu Gulati, Mirya R. Holman, and Eric Posner. 2011. Judging Women." Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 8(3): 504-532.

Jacoby, Melissa and Mirya R. Holman. 2010. “Managing Medical Bills on the Brink of Bankruptcy: Evidence and Implications from a National Study.” Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics X(2): 239-298.

Coan, Travis and Mirya R. Holman. 2008. “Voting Green.” Social Science Quarterly 89(5): 1121-1135.

Merolla, Jennifer, Mirya R. Holman, and Jean Schroedel. 2007. The Paradox of Protestantism and Women in Elected Office in the United States.” Women, Politics, and Policy 29(1): 77-100.