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Assistant Professor
Political Science Program
School of Public Policy

312 Bexell Hall
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 737-4729

Christopher.Stout@oregonstate.edu

 

Teaching

  • Political Science 201: Introduction to United States Government and Politics
  • Political Science 312: Presidential Politics
  • Political Science 311: Congressional Politics

Research Interests

  • Racial and Ethnic Politics
  • Political Behavior
  • Political Representation
  • Congress
  • Public Opinion and Elections
  • Gender and Politics

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Web Site

 


Brief Vita

Education

  • Ph. D., University of California, Irvine, Political Science, June 2010
  • M.A., University of California, Irvine, Political Science, 2009         
  • B.A. University of California, Riverside, Major: Political Science, Minor: Statistics 2004

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Oregon State University, Fall 2015-Present
  • Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale 2011-2015
  • Assistant Professor, Wellesley College 2010 – 2011

Select Publications

A detailed list of publications, replication files and a full CV can be accessed on www.christophertstout.com

  • Christopher Stout. 2015. Bringing Race Back In: Black Politicians, Deracialization, and Voting Behavior in the Age of Obama. (University of Virginia Press)
  • Christopher Stout and Reuben Kline. “Racialization, Competitiveness and Polling Discrepancies for Minority Candidates." Public Opinion Quarterly (Forthcoming)
  • Vanessa Stout, Kelsy Kretschmer, and Christopher Stout. “The Continuing Significance of History: An Active Learning Simulation to Teach Racial Inequality." Journal of Political Science Education (Forthcoming)
  • Christopher Stout and Jennifer R. Garcia. 2015. “The Big Tent Effect: Descriptive Candidates and Black and Latino Political Partisanship" American Politics Research Vol. 43 No. 2
  • Christopher Stout and Danvy Le. 2012. “Living the Dream: Barack Obama and Blacks Changing Perceptions of the American Dream" Social Science Quarterly Vol. 93 No. 5
  • Christopher Stout and Reuben Kline. 2011.”I’m Not Voting for Her: Polling Discrepancies and Female Candidates" Political Behavior Vol. 33 No. 3