Program Area(s): American Politics; Political Theory
Regional Specialization(s): United States
Axes of Consent: Public Perception in the Legacy of Title IX
Dissertation Committee: James Druckman (chair), Daniel Galvin, Kimberly Yuracko
Research Interest(s): Gender and sexuality, political behavior, consent
- Novak-Herzog, Maya, Alisson Rowland, Kimberly Saks McManaway, and Tabitha Bonilla, “Gender and the Political Science Graduate Experience: When Leaning In Isn't Enough,” Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond, Fall 2020. APSA Preprint. DOI: 10.33774/apsa-2022-ttcd4.
- Dukkipati, Naya, and Maya Novak-Herzog. 2021. “STEM Interest in Elementary School Children.” Journal of Student Research 10 (4). Houston, USA. DOI: 10.47611/jsrhs.v10i4.2274.
- “The Uses and Abuses of Title IX,” American Political Science Association, September 2022.
- “Trans Athletic Inclusion: Attitudes among Collegiate Stakeholders vs. the Public,” with James Druckman and Elizabeth Sharrow, American Political Science Association, September 2022.
- “Beyond Consent Culture: Discovering Differences between Theoretical Understandings of Sexual Consent and Student Perceptions,” Chicago Area Behavior Workshop (CAB), May 2022.
- “Lesbian Identification as a Matter of Public Opinion Research,” with Caroline Pippert, Midwest Political Science Association, April 2022.
- “Lesbian Identification as a Matter of Public Opinion Research,” with Caroline Pippert, Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, November 2021.
- “Public Opinion Shapes Sexual Behavior: ordinary people shape conceptions of consent and sexual behavior,” Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, November 2020.