Katherine Krimmel is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Boston University. She has a Ph.D. from Columbia University.
Her interests include public opinion, political parties and their relationship to interest groups, fiscal politics, and the politics of race and gender. Professor Krimmel also is interested in data management, analysis, and visualization to the study of politics and history.
“Gay Rights in Congress: Public Opinion and (Mis)Representation” (with Jeffrey Lax and Justin Phillips), forthcoming in Public Opinion Quarterly
“When Nothing is Better than Something: How Racial Attitudes Shape Public Support for Government Spending” (with Kelly Rader)
“Behind the Federal Spending Paradox: Economic Self-Interest and Symbolic Racism in Contemporary Fiscal Politics” (with Kelly Rader), Public Opinion Quarterly