Dino Christenson is an Associate Professor of Political Science and Faculty Affiliate of the Hariri Institute for Computational Science and Engineering at Boston University. Professor Christenson earned his B.A. in Political Science and Italian from the University of Michigan, M.A. in European and International Studies from the University of Trento, and M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from the Ohio State University.
He researches American political behavior with an emphasis on presidential primary campaigns.
Christenson, Dino P., and Erik D. Heidemann. “Polls & Elections: Superdelegates or Supertrustees? The Timing and Consistency of Superdelegate Decisions.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 46.3 (2016): 640-668.
Christenson, Dino P., and David M. Glick. “Issue-Specific Opinion Change The Supreme Court and Health Care Reform.” Public Opinion Quarterly 79.4 (2015): 881-905.
Christenson, Dino P., and Corwin D. Smidt. “Riding the Waves of Money: Contribution Dynamics in the 2008 Presidential Nomination Campaign.” Journal of Political Marketing 10.1-2 (2011): 4-26.