Katherine Tate is Professor of Political Science at Brown University. Her Doctor of Philosophy in political science is from the University of Michigan. She has a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Chicago. Tate is the author of books. Her research and teaching are in the areas of public opinion, government, and social group politics.
|Stout, Christopher, Tate, Katherine The 2008 presidential election, political efficacy, and group empowerment. Politics, Groups, and Identities. 2013; 1 (2) : 143-163.|
|Chambers, S., Tate, K. Value-Added Measures in Restructuring Urban Schools. Education and Urban Society. 2013; 47 (6) : 723-738.|
|TATE, KATHERINE Still a House Divided: Race and Politics in Obama's America by Desmond S. King and Rogers M. Smith. Political Science Quarterly. 2012; 127 (3) : 474-475.|
|Tate, Katherine Black Radical Voices and Policy Effectiveness in the U.S. Congress. The Forum. 2010; 8 (2)|
|Tate, Katherine Black Feminist Voices in Politics by Evelyn M. Simien . Political Science Quarterly. 2007; 122 (4) : 676-677.|
|Tate, Katherine Black Politics, the GOP Southern Strategy, and the Reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act. The Forum. 2006; 4 (2)|
|Randolph, Lewis A., Tate, Katherine Black Faces in the Mirror: African Americans and Their Representatives in the U.S. Congress. The Journal of African American History. 2004; 89 (4) : 378.|
|Tate, Katherine POLITICAL INCORPORATION AND CRITICAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF BLACK PUBLIC OPINION. Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race. 2004; 1 (02)|
|Tate, Katherine Will America Ever Pay? Racial Justice and Reparations. The Forum. 2004; 2 (3)|
Katherine Tate. 2013. Concordance: Ethnic Lawmaking in the United States Congress from 1977 to 2010. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press.
Katherine Tate. 2010. What's Going On? Political Incorporation and the Transformation of Ethnic Public Opinion. Washington, District of Columbia: Georgetown University Press.
Katherine Tate. 2003. Black Ethnic Faces in the Mirror and Their Representatives in the United States Congress. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.
Katherine Tate. 1993. From Protest to Politics: The New Ethnic Voters in United States Elections. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Public Opinion: Undergraduate Seminar
In examining public opinion on a variety of issues, the course's principal objective is to help students understand the role of public opinion in democratic governments. In addition, students learn how to integrate poll data into their analysis of public opinion.
Women and Queer Politics: Undergraduate Course.
In this course, we focus on the politics of United States queers and women as activists, voters, candidates, and elected officials. To what extent does gender define all and political and social viewpoints of women and queers? This course will also consider the ways in which social class, ethnicity, marital status, parenthood, feminism, church beliefs, political orientation, and cultural beliefs influence women's public policy and politics.
Social Groups in United States Politics: Undergraduate Course
In this course, students examine the politics of social groups in order to gain a broader perspective of the United States political process. Topics can vary, and include a review of the major developments in United States politics for social groups.
Public Opinion: Graduate Seminar
This class provides students a review of scholarly approaches in the study of United States public opinion.
|POLS 0010 - Introduction to the American Political Process|
|POLS 1315 - Social Groups in American Politics|
|POLS 1360 - Gender Politics|
|POLS 1823H - Public Opinion|
|POLS 2070 - Public Opinion|
|POLS 2075 - Social Groups in U.S. Politics|