Contact details:

Durham University,

School of Government & 

International Affairs (SGIA)

South End House, 014

Phone: +44 019 1334 5608

mona.morgan-collins@durham.ac.uk

MONA  MORGAN-COLLINS

I am an Assistant Professor in Quantitative Comparative Politics at Durham University, UK, from 2017.

 

Prior to coming to Durham, I held fellowship positions at the Department of Political Science and at the Department of Government at the London School of Economics and at the Political Science Department at the University of Pennsylvania.

 

I was also a visiting scholar at the Alice Paul Centre at the University of Pennsylvania [2016-2017] and a visiting scholar at Nuffield College and Rothermere American Institute at Oxford University [2019].

I obtained PhD at the Department of Government at the London School of Economics in 2016. My dissertation [honourable mention, ECPG Best Dissertation Award] examined women's voting behaviour at the time of suffrage in the West. 

My primary research interests are in Comparative Politics. Broadly defined, my research covers topics in Historical Democratisation, Women in Politics & Methodology

UPCOMING PRESENTATIONS (Also see  current and past workshops and panels that I organised.)

NICEP, (talk) University of Nottingham (May 2020 - to be rescheduled)

IPErG, (talk) University of Barcelona (May 2020 - to be rescheduled)

CES, (conference) University of Reykjavik (July 2020 - cancelled)

HPE Virtual Workshop (July 2020)

Royal Holloway, (talk) Dept. of Politics (November 2020)

RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS

Paper on women's suffrage in the U.S in the Journal of Politics, forthcoming.

Comparative research on women's suffrage movement funded by ESRC New Investigator Award, start Sept 2020, £299,962.

PhD research featured in LSE Research highlights, accompanied by a video interview.

Research featured in APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter, Spring 2017.

APSA Best paper award from Women and Politics Research Section, 2017. 

Honourable mention, ECPG Best Dissertation Prize, 2016.

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

For a discussion about some of my past research at the LSE US Centre (with James Snyder) click here or listen below.

My doctoral thesis was featured by LSE Research Highlights. For the article and video interview click here or watch below.

For my contribution to LSE public event` Women in Politics: Continuity and Change', listen below or here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo: Suffragists in Hyde Park, 1913

LSE US Centre - The Ballpark
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Women in Politics - LSE
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LSE Public Event, Women in Politics: Change and Continuity, 2016