Angela Bos, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Public Service
PhD Political Science, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities (2007);
MA Political Science, University of MN-Twin Cities (2005),
BA Political Science, University of Minnesota-Morris (2001)
Recent Publications since 2019:
Bos, Angela L., Jill S. Greenlee, Mirya R. Holman, Zoe M. Oxley, and J. Celeste Lay. 2021. “This One’s for the Boys: How Gendered Political Socialization Limits Girls’ Political Ambition and Interest.” American Political Science Review.
Schneider, Monica C., Angela L. Bos and Madeline DiFiliippo. 2021. “Gender Role Violations and Voter Prejudice: The Dominance Penalty Faced by Female Politicians.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 43(2): 117-133.
Leiby, Michele, Angela L. Bos and Matthew Krain. 2021. “Gendered Framing in Human Rights Campaigns.” Journal of Human Rights 20(3): 263-281.
J. Celeste Lay, Mirya Holman, Angela L. Bos, Jill Greenlee, Zoe Oxley and Allison Buffet. 2021. “TIME for Kids to Learn Gender Stereotypes: An Analysis of Gender & Political Leadership in a Common Social Studies Resource.” Politics & Gender 17(1): 1-22.
Angela L. Bos., Mirya R. Holman, Jill S. Greenlee, Zoe M. Oxley, and J. Celeste Lay. 2020. “100 Years of Suffrage and Girls Still Struggle to Find their ‘Fit’ in Politics.” PS: Political Science & Politics 53(3): 474-478.
Oxley, Zoe M, Mirya R. Holman, Jill S. Greenlee, Angela L. Bos and J. Celeste Lay. 2020. “Children’s Views of Political Leadership.” Public Opinion Quarterly 84(1): 141-1
Monica C. Schneider and Angela L. Bos. 2019. “The Application of Social Role Theory to the Study of Gender in Politics.” Advances in Political Psychology 40(1): 173-213.