Quinn Albaugh

Quinn Albaugh

Assistant Professor

She/They

B.A., McGill University, M.A., McGill University, Ph.D., Princeton University

Political Studies

Comparative Politics, Gender and Politics

Arts and Science

Quinn Albaugh Curriculum Vitae

Research Interests

Canadian politics, Canadian political development, historical institutionalism, political parties, interest groups, and social movements, identity/inequality, qualitative and mixed methods

Brief Biography

Quinn is a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto. She holds a Ph.D. in Politics and Social Policy from Princeton University. Broadly speaking, her research focuses on parties, elections, and representation in Canada in a comparative perspective. Her work tends to focus on themes of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, and class inequalities. She is currently working on a book project entitled Gatekeeping: How and Why Party Organizations Improve the Representation of Marginalized Groups.

Teaching

  • POLS

For more details on political studies courses, please refer to the Undergraduate and Graduate pages. 

Service (2021/22)

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Selected Publications

Everitt, Joanna and Quinn M. Albaugh. Forthcoming. “The Origins of Gender-Targeted Public Finance Measures: The Case of New Brunswick, Canada.” European Journal of Politics & Gender.

Albaugh, Quinn M. 2018. “The Americanization of Canadian Political Science? Doctoral Training of Canadian Political Science Faculty." Canadian Journal of Political Science 50(1): 243-262.

Stuart N. Soroka, Olga Redko and Quinn Albaugh. 2015. “Television in the Legislature: The Impact of Cameras in the House of Commons." Parliamentary Affairs 68(1): 203-217.

Albaugh, Quinn and Christopher Waddell. 2014. “Social Media and Political Inequality." In Canadian Democracy from the Ground Up, eds. Elisabeth Gidengil and Heather Bastedo. Vancouver: UBC Press.

Bastedo, Heather, Quinn Albaugh and Alex Marland. 2014. “The Story Behind the Story: Evaluating the Content of Political News." In Canadian Democracy from the Ground Up, eds. Elisabeth Gidengil and Heather Bastedo. Vancouver: UBC Press.