Dayna Judge is a Ph.D candidate in Politics at Princeton University. Her dissertation examines how moments of crisis affect the ability of women to achieve political office. Using a multi-method approach, she shows that gender operates as a signal of ability and change from the status quo during or post-crisis. She also has a working paper (coauthored with Joseph Asunka) that explores how interviewer gender impacts responses to questions of gender equality in global barometer surveys.
Selected Honors and Awards
APSA Travel Grant, American Political Science Association, 2018
Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice Graduate Dissertation Grant, 2017
John Fayerweather ’43 Graduate Fellowship, 2013, 2014
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) Graduate Summer Funding, 2013