Dr Katrine Beauregard joined the School of Politics and International Relations in January 2015 where she is a Senior Lecturer. Her work focuses on comparative political behaviour and the factors that explain differences among citizens and countries. After completing a master thesis at Université de Montréal on gender differences in political interest among teenagers, she moved to Calgary to pursue a Ph.D. in political science. Her dissertation investigated how political institutions can provide incentives and barriers that affect citizens' political participation differently according to their gender. Dr Beauregard's current projects focus on women's representation in Australian political parties and the impact of sexist attitudes on political behaviour. She was awarded a Discovery for Early Career Research Award fellowship by the Australian Research Council for 2020-2022 to investigate the role of political parties in contributing to gender differences in political engagement. Her previous work has been published in the Australian Journal of Political Science, European Journal of Political Research, Journal of Women, Politics and Policy, Politics, Groups and Identities, and Political Research Quarterly.
Curriculum Vitae: December 2021
Current And Senior Lecturer 2020 -
Past Appointment: Lecturer 2015 - 2019
2021-2022 Parental leave, December – September (9 months)
Univerity: School of Politics and International Relations, Australian National University
RSSS Building (Building 146)
Acton ACT 2601
Phone: +61 2 612 53605
Citizenship: Canadian, Australian
Language: French, English, Intermediate Spanish
Research Interests: political behaviour; gender and politics
Teaching Interests: research methods and quantitative analysis; political behaviour; gender and politics; comparative politics
Ph.D. (Political Science), University of Calgary (2008-2014)
Dissertation: Gender Gaps in Political Participation in a Cross-National Perspective: The Gendered Effects of Political Institutions
Supervisor: Brenda O’Neill
Supervisory Committee: Susan Franceschet and Lisa Young
Examination Committee: Richard Matland and Jenny Godley
Examination Fields: Comparative Politics, Canadian Politics
M.Sc. (Science politique), Université de Montréal (2006-2008)
Thesis : L’intérêt politique chez les adolescents selon les sexes
Supervisor : André Blais
B.Sc (Science politique), Université de Montréal (2003-2005)
Diplôme d’études collégiales en science de la nature (profil sciences de la santé)
Collège de Maisonneuve (2000-2002)
Sexism and Attitudes toward policy spending in Australia and the United States” with Mirya Holman and Jill Sheppard.
“Political scandal and elite influence on support for gender quotas: evidence from Australia” with Andrea Carson, Leah Ruppanner and Jill Sheppard.
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Katrine Beauregard and Marija Taflaga. 2021.“Party quotas and gender differences in candidate experience in Australia: 1987-2016.” Parliamentary Affairs. Advance article. DOI: 10.1093/pa/gsab061.
Katrine Beauregard. 2021. “Sexism and the Australian Voter: How Sexist Attitudes Influenced Vote Choice in the 2019 Federal Election.” Australian Journal of Political Science 56(3): 298-317. DOI: 10.1080/10361146.2021.1971834.
Katrine Beauregard and Jill Sheppard. 2021. “Anti-women but pro-quota: Disaggregating sexism and support for gender quota policies.” Political Psychology 42(2): 219-237. DOI: 10.1111/POPS.12696.
Katrine Beauregard, Brenda O’Neill, and Elisabeth Gidengil. 2020. “Women, support for sovereignty, and feminism: The case of Québec.” Politics, Groups, and Identities. OnlineFirst. DOI: 10.1080/21565503.2020.1748070.
Marija Taflaga and Katrine Beauregard. 2020. “The merit of party institutions: women’s descriptive representation and Conservative parties in Australia and the United Kingdom.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 41(1): 66-90. DOI: 10.1080/1554477X.2020.1701934.
Jill Sheppard and Katrine Beauregard. 2018. “Early voting in Australia: The costs and benefits of convenience.”Political Science 70(2): 117-134.
Katrine Beauregard. 2018. “Partisanship and the gender gap: Support for gender quotas in Australia.” Australian Journal of Political Science 53(3): 290-319.
Katrine Beauregard. 2018. "Women’s representation and gender gaps in political participation: Do time and success matter in a cross-national perspective?" Politics, Groups, and Identities 6(2): 237-263.
Katrine Beauregard. 2017. "Quotas and gender gaps in political participation among established industrial democracies: Distinguishing within- and across-country effects." Political Research Quarterly 70(3): 657-672.
Katrine Beauregard. 2016. “At the intersection of gender and language: Why do Francophone women have lower levels of political participation?” American Review of Canadian Studies 46(1): 74-92.
Katrine Beauregard. 2014. "Gender, Political Participation, and Electoral Systems: A Cross-National Analysis."European Journal of Political Research 53(3): 617-634.
Jennifer Curtin and Katrine Beauregard. 2021. “The Representation of Women in Australian Politics.” In Alan Fenna and Rob Manwaring, eds, Government and Politics in Australia, 11th edition. Melbourne, Vic: Pearson Australia, 220-237.
Katrine Beauregard. 2018. “Gender, voting, and women’s representation in the 2016 Australian election.” In Shaun Wilson and Markus Hadler, eds, Australian Social Attitudes IV: Australia in the Age of Insecurity. Sydney: Sydney University Press, 99-116.
Katrine Beauregard. 2016. “Review of “The Gendered Effects of Electoral Institutions: Political Engagement and Participation” by Miki Caul Kittilson and Leslie A. Schwindt-Bayer. Published by Oxford University Press, 2012. Canadian Journal of Political Science 49(3): 584-586.
PEER-REVIEWED POLICY PAPERS
Tom Flanagan and Katrine Beauregard. 2013. "The Wealth of First Nations. An Exploratory Study". Center for Aboriginal Policy Studies. Fraser Institute.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (SELECTED)
American Political Science Association Annual Meeting: 2018, 2019
Australian Political Studies Conference: 2015
Australian Society for Quantitative Political Science Conference: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Canadian Political Science Association Annual Meeting: 2012, 2019
Congrès annuel de la Société québécoise de science politique : 2011
European Conference on Politics and Gender: 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019
European Consortium for Political Research General Conference: 2016, 2017, 2018
Midwest Political Science Association Conference: 2016, 2018
Prairie Political Science Association Conference: 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015
New Zealand Political Studies Conference: 2015
World Congress of Political Science: 2016, 2018
2021. School of Politics and International Relations, Australian National University, Canberra, August 12.
2021. Centre for Governance and Public Policy, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, July 23.
2020 Department of Economics, Philosophy, and Political Science, The University of British Columbia, Okanagan campus, Kelowna, Canada, December 2.
2019 Department of Political Studies, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, March 7.
2018. Canada Research Chair in Electoral Democracy, Université de Montréal, April 10.
Katrine Beauregard and Marija Taflaga. 2020. “The merit of party institutions: Women’s descriptive representation and Conservative parties in Australia and the United Kingdom.” POP Politics AUS, March 11. Blog post.
Marija Taflaga and Katrine Beauregard. 2019. “Why a code of conduct may not be enough to change the boy’s club culture in the Liberal Party.” The Conversation and ABC News. August 6. Opinion.
Katrine Beauregard. 2018."Trois conseils lorsqu’on shouhaite travailler en Australie.” Praxis: The CPSA Career Blog/Le Blogue Carrière de L’ACSP. October 2. Blog post.
Katrine Beauregard. 2018 “Le mythe de la compétence et la loi sur la parité en politique.” Le Devoir, May 24. Op-ed.
Katrine Beauregard. 2018. “Partisanship and the gender gap: Support for gender quotas in Australia.” POP Politics AUS, April 26; Democratic Audit UK, May 4. Blog post.
Katrine Beauregard. 2014. "Les quotas et les femmes en politiques." La Presse. May 8. Op-ed
Lecturer, School of Politics and International Relations, Australian National University
EURO 2003 – European Union: Policies, Institutions and Challenges (2015; 2016; 2017)
POLS 2111 – Elections, Political Behaviour and Public Opinion in Australia (with Ian McAllister; 2015; 2016; 2018; 2019; 2021)
POLS 2044 (formerly 3025) – Contemporary Political Analysis (with Matthew Kerby; 2016; 2017; 2018; 2019)
POLS 2134 – Gender and Politics (2017; 2018; 2019)
POLS 3034 – Comparative Political Parties (2015)
Instructor, ANU Online Summer School in Political Analysis
FC1 – Foundations of Research Design (2021)
Sessional Instructor, Department of Political Science, University of Calgary (2012-2014)
POLI 201 - Introduction to Government and Politics
POLI 359 - Introduction to Comparative Politics
POLI 399 – Research Methods (co-taught with Paul Fairie)
POLI 477 – American Government
Sessional Instructor, Department of Political Science, University of Lethbridge (2013)
POLI 2610A – Introductory Research Methods
Teaching Assistant, Department of Political Science, University of Calgary (2008-2014)
POLI 225 – Canadian Politics: A Comparative View
POLI 399 – Research Methods
Teaching Assistant, Département de science politique, Université de Montréal (2006-2008)
POL 1008 – Forces et comportements politiques
POL 2005 – Les élections
Maxime Schumann-Morin. 2020. “The Political Utility of Trust: Exploring the Relationship between Trust in Government and Support for Government Spending in Australia.” Australian National University.
Grace Sixsmith. 2020. “The Substantive Representation of Australian’s Women Policy Preferences.” Australian National University.
James Kitchen. 2018. “Eyes on the East: European Cohesion Policy and Public Opinion in Poland”. Australian National University.
Joseph Lewis-Hughes. 2018. “The Strategic Use of Misinformation: The Association between Misinformation and Framing”. Australian National University.
Isadora Bogle. 2016. “Media framing of female politicians: Evidence from Australia”. Australian National University.
Angus Wilson Mackie. 2016. “Why do Legislators Cross the Floor in the Australian Parliament?”. Australian National University.
Ph.B. (Undergraduate thesis)
Mitchell Porter. 2017. “Free Time, Gender and Political Participation”. Australian National University.
2020-2022 – Discovery Early Career Research Award, Australian Research Council ($411,167)
2018 – ANU Early Career Researcher Travel Grant, Australian National University ($3,000)
2018 – Humanities Research Centre/College of Arts and Social Sciences Research Development Grant, Australian National University ($3,000)
2018 – Gender Institute funding for signature event, Australian National University (with Mary Lou Rasmussen) ($10,000)
2018 - College of Arts and Social Sciences Internal Small Grant, Australian National University (with Zoe Robinson) ($6,000)
2017 – College of Arts and Social Sciences Internal Small Grant, Australian National University (with Jillian Sheppard) ($7,500)
2016 – Vice Chancellor's Early Career Researcher Travel Grant, Australian National University ($3,000)
SCHOLARSHIPS AND HONORS
2010-2011 – Queen Elizabeth II Doctoral Scholarship, Government of Alberta, Canada
2010 – Mobility Fund for Graduate Students, European Consortium for Political Research Summer Schools
2010 – Faculty of Graduate Studies Travel Scholarship, University of Calgary
2008-2012 - Faculty of Graduate Studies Scholarship, University of Calgary
2008 – Dean’s Entrance Scholarship, University of Calgary
2003-2005 – Liste d’excellence du doyen, Université de Montréal
OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Australian National University
2021. Acting Director, Centre for the Study of Australian Politics
2019-2020 Executive Committee, School of Politics and International Relations, 2019-2020.
2015-2020 Research Committee, School of Politics and International Relations,
2015-2017 Research Committee, College of Arts and Social Sciences, 2015-2017
2016 Selection Committee, Australian politics and comparative public policy job, School of Politics and International Relations, 2016.
SERVICE TO PROFESSION
2021-2024 Executive Board member, RC19 – Gender Politics and Policy, International Political Science Association
2020 Section Chair, European Consortium for Political Research 14th General Conference,
2019-2022 Editorial Board, Political Behavior,
2018-2022 Steering Committee, Comparative Candidate Survey,
American Journal of Political Science; American Political Science Review; Australian Feminist Studies; Australian Journal of Political Science; Canadian Journal of Political Science; European Journal of Political Research; European Sociological Review; Gender, Work & Organization; International Journal of Public Administration; International Political Science Review; Journal of Politics; Journal of Women, Politics & Policy; Legislative Studies Quarterly; Political Behavior; Politics & Gender; Policy Studies; Political Research Quarterly; Public Opinion Quarterly; Representation; The British Journal of Politics and International Relations; The Journal of Legislative Studies
Lecturing as Performance, Professional Development Program, Australian National University
European Consortium on Political Research, Summer School in Methods and Techniques
Multivariate statistical analysis and comparative cross-national surveys data