Dione S. Hillygus, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology
- Contact Info:
Teaching (Fall 2015):
Teaching (Spring 2016):
- POLSCI 239S.01, POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
- Gross Hall 105, Tu 03:05 PM-05:35 PM
- POLSCI 710.01, CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN MEDIA ENV
- Gross Hall 111, W 08:45 AM-11:15 AM
- Ph.D., Stanford University, 2003
- M.A., Stanford University, 2000
- M.A., University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 1998
- B.A., University of Arkansas at Little Rock, 1996
Behavior & Identities
- Research Interests:
Professor Hillygus has published widely on the topics of American political behavior, campaigns and elections, survey methods, public opinion, and information technology and politics. She is co-author of The Persuadable Voter: Wedge Issues in Political Campaigns (Princeton University Press, 2008) and The Hard Count: The Social and Political Challenges of the 2000 Census (Russell Sage Foundation, 2006). From 2003-2009, she taught at Harvard University, where she was the
Frederick S. Danziger Associate Professor of Government and founding director of the Program on Survey Research.
- Recent Publications
- JB Holbein and DS Hillygus, Making Young Voters: The Impact of Preregistration on Youth Turnout,
American Journal of Political Science
pp. n/a-n/a [doi] .
- Y Si, JP Reiter and DS Hillygus, Semi-parametric Selection Models for Potentially Non-ignorable Attrition in Panel Studies with Refreshment Samples,
Political Analysis, vol. 23 no. 1
pp. 92-112 [doi] .
- CD Johnston, DS Hillygus and BL Bartels, Ideology, the Affordable Care Act Ruling, and Supreme Court Legitimacy,
Public Opinion Quarterly, vol. 78 no. 4
pp. 963-973 [doi] .
- DS Hillygus and SA Treul, Assessing strategic voting in the 2008 US presidential primaries: the role of electoral context, institutional rules, and negative votes,
Public Choice, vol. 161 no. 3-4
pp. 517-536 [doi] .
- Aldrich, J., B. Bishop, R. Hatch, D.S. Hillygus, and D. Rohde, Blame, Responsibility, and the Tea Party in the 2010 Midterm Elections,
Political Behavior, vol. 36 no. 3
pp. 471-491 [doi] .