Interview with Ennahda party member.
Graduation day at Loyola University Chicago!
Outside the Grand Mosque
Doherty, David, Schraeder, Peter, and Dobbs, Kirstie L. (2019) “Do Democratic Revolutions
‘Activate’ Participants? The Case of Tunisia. Politics. DOI: 0263395719840240.
Dobbs, Kirstie L. and Peter J. Schraeder. 2018. “Evolving Role of North African Civil Society Actors in the Foreign Policy-making Process: Youth, Women’s, Labour and Human Rights Organisations.” Journal of North African Studies. 24 (4), 661 – 681.
Schraeder, Peter J., Brian Endless, Michael J. Schumacher, and Kirstie L. Dobbs. 2018. “Revolutionary Diplomats? Introduction to the Study of North African Foreign Policy in the Context of the Arab Spring.” Journal of North African Studies. 24 (4), 540 – 557.
Dobbs, Kirstie L, and JeongWoo, Lee. (2017). “Puzzling Policy Shifts: Fickle Western Support
of Democracy Promotion in Economically Salient Countries.” Politikon: The IAPSS Journal of Political Science. 32, 42-59.
Dobbs, Kirstie L. (2017). “Electoral Institutions New and Old: The ‘Youth’ Factor in
Democratic Sustainability.” Ace: The Electoral Knowledge Network Newsletter. Retrieved from
Dobbs, Kirstie L. (2015). “Tunisia’s Recent Terrorist Attacks: Isolated Incidents or Symbols of
a Retrograding Transition?” The Foreign Policy Journal. Retrieved from https://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2015/06/29/tunisias-recent-terrorist-attacks-isolated-incidents-or-symbols-of-a-retrograding-transition/.
Oprisko, Robert L, Dobbs, Kirstie L, and Digrazia, Joseph. (2013) “Placement Efficiency: An
Alternative Ranking Metric for Graduate Schools.” The Georgetown Public Policy Review.
Oprisko, Robert L, Dobbs, Kirstie L, and Digrazia, Joseph. (2013) "Pushing Up
Ivies: Institutional Prestige and the Academic Caste System." The Georgetown Public Policy Review.
Oprisko, Robert L, Jackson-Biffle, Natalie, Dobbs, Kirstie L. (2012) “Superpower: The
American Academic Elite.” Georgetown Public Policy Review.
Articles Under Review
Dobbs, Kirstie L. “Why Don’t Young People Vote? Explaining Youth Abstention in a Nascent Democracy: The Case of Tunisia.” Under Review at the British Journal of Political Science.
Dobbs, Kirstie L. “The Impact of Descriptive Representation on Turnout: Experimental Evidence from Tunisia’s New Democracy.” Under Review at Electoral Studies.
Sanchez, Peter M., Kirstie L. Dobbs, David Doherty. “Skin Color and Pigmentocracy in Latin America: Support for Democracy.” Under Review at the Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics.
“The Impact of Democratization on the Formulation and Implementation of Tunisian Foreign Policy in the Post-Revolutionary Era” (with Peter J. Schraeder)
“Setting Yourself up for Success: Processes and Partnerships in Civically Engaged Research” (with Adriano Udani)
“Civically Engaged Research and its Impact on Political Science, the Public, and Knowledge Creation” (with Adriano Udani, Graham Bullock, and Doug Hess)
Looking outside the office building of the Union Générale Tunisienne du Travail
Member of the Youth Delegation at the Chicago Forum on Global Cities
Visiting the Medina in Marrakesh, Morocco