Nathan P. Kalmoe
Dr. Nathan Kalmoe studies contentious American Politics. His work focuses on political behavior involving psychology, communication, and history, including several articles and books on partisanship and ideology.
Publications and Presentations
Forthcoming. With ballots & bullets: Partisanship & violence in the American Civil War.
2019. Speaking of parties: Dueling views in a canonical measure of sophistication. Public Opinion Quarterly, 83(1): 68-90.
2018. Toward conflict or compromise? How violent metaphors polarize partisan issue attitudes. Political Communication, 35(3): 333-352. (with Joshua Gubler & David Wood)
2017. Neither liberal nor conservative: Ideological innocence in the American public. University of Chicago Press (with Donald Kinder)
American Politics (honors) - Louisiana State University, POLI 2052
Public Opinion - Louisiana State University, POLI 4030
American Politics Seminar - Louisiana State University, MC 7900