JENNIFER FITZGERALD (Brown University, 2005) joined the CU faculty in 2005. She received her Ph.D. from Brown University, an M.A. from the University of Chicago and a B.A. from Indiana University. A specialist in comparative politics, Jennifer's current research focuses on the ways in which social ties and local context shape political attitudes and behavior in advanced democratic societies. She is currently completing a book manuscript on the socio-contextual correlates of attitudes toward immigration in Western Europe. Jennifer has been chosen as a 2007-2008 Fulbright Scholar, which will allow her to conduct research on reactions to immigration and radical right voting in France during the spring and summer of 2008. Recent publications include the book Partisan Families: The Social Logic of Bounded Partisanship in Germany and Britain, co-authored with Alan Zuckerman and Josip Dasovic, published by Cambridge University Press (2007).
PSCI 4002: Western European Politics
PSCI 4213: Europe and the International System
PSCI 7902: Seminar on Western European Politics
Zuckerman, Alan S., Josip Dasović, and Jennifer Fitzgerald. 2007. Partisan Families: The Social Logic of Bounded Partisanship in Germany and Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Zuckerman, Alan S., Jennifer Fitzgerald, and Josip Dasović. 2005. “Do Couples Support the Same Political Parties? Sometimes: Evidence from British and German Household Panel Surveys.” in Alan S. Zuckerman, ed. The Social Logic of Politics: Personal Networks as Contexts for Political Behavior. Temple University Press.