Dr. Hannah Chapman

Assistant Professor

Hannah Chapman
PHONE:
513-529-0537
OFFICE: 317 Harrison Hall
EMAIL: chapmah@miamioh.edu

Degrees and Institutions

  • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • B.A., Stetson University
  • B.B.A, Stetson University

Selected Publications

  • Xenophobia on the Rise? Temporal and Regional Trends in Xenophobic Attitudes in Russia (with Kyle L. Marquardt, Yoshiko M. Herrera, and Theodore P. Gerber). Comparative Politics 50 (3): 381–394. DOI: 10.5129/001041518822704944.
  • Know It is to Want More of It: The Intelligibility and Definition of Democracy, Sup- port for Democratization, and Global City Residence in Russia (with Theodore P. Gerber). 2018. Democratization 28 (3): 481-503. DOI: 10.1080/13510347.2017.1387537.
  • Georgia. 2017. Online around the World: A Geographic Encyclopedia of the Internet, Social Media, and Mobile Apps. Editors, Marilyn Andrews and Laura Steckman. Santa Barbara: ABC–CLIO.
  • Kyrgyzstan. 2017. Online around the World: A Geographic Encyclopedia of the Internet, Social Media, and Mobile Apps. Editors, Marilyn Andrews and Laura Steckman. Santa Barbara: ABC–CLIO.
  • “Russians are actually getting less xenophobic.” April 18, 2018. The Washington Post's "The Monkey Cage."
  • “Trump’s news conferences look a lot like Putin’s. Should you worry?” February 18, 2017. The Washington Post's "The Monkey Cage."

Work in Progress

  • Foreign Media Broadcasts as a Tool of Soft Power: Agenda Setting and Issue Framing Effects of Russian News in Kyrgyzstan (with Theodore P. Gerber). Revise & Resubmit at International Studies Quarterly.

  • Book Project: "Shoring Up Autocracy: Participatory Technologies and Regime Support in Putin's Russia." In preparation.

  • Book Project: "Russia on the Verge of Politics: Public Opinion during the Putin Era” (with Theodore P. Gerber). In preparation.

Working Papers

  • Dimensions of Electronic Political Engagement: New Media, Old Media, and Public Opinion in Russias Contested Election Season of 2011-12 (with Theodore P. Gerber).
  • Technologies of Participatory Governance in Putin’s Russia: Evidence from Survey Experiments.
  • Explaining Gender Equality: A Spatial Analysis of Women’s Rights Around the World.
  • Building State Capacity: Statistics, Communism, and Gender (with Yoshiko M. Herrera).

Grants, Awards, and Professional Activities

  • American Political Science Association Best Paper in Information Technology & Politics (2017)
  • Recognition for Mentorship, Undergraduate Research Scholars Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017)
  • The Wisconsin Russia Project Research Grant (2017)
  • Mellon–Wisconsin Dissertation Fellowship (2017)
  • Fulbright U.S. Student Award, Kazakhstan (2014-2015)
  • Advanced Research Fellowship, Title VIII Research and Language Training Program (2014)
  • Foreign Language and Area Studies Scholarship, Kazakh Language (2013-2014)
  • Critical Language Scholarship Program, U.S. Department of State, Russia (2012)
  • Foreign Language and Area Studies Scholarship, Russian Language (2011-2012)
  • Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, Republic of Georgia (2010-2011)

  Updated: 8/24/18