Richard Fox teaches and researches in the areas of U.S. Congress, elections, media and politics and gender politics. After graduating from Claremont McKenna College, he earned his M.A. and Ph.D from the University of California , Santa Barbara.
Gaining and Losing Interest in Running for Public Office: The Concept of Dynamic Political Ambition (with Jennifer L. Lawless), Political Science Faculty Works (2011)
Considering a candidacy for public office involves pondering the courageous step of going before an...
Studying Gender in U.S. Politics: Where Do We Go from Here?, Political Science Faculty Works (2011)
If Only They'd Ask: Gender, Recruitment, and Political Ambition (with Jennifer L. Lawless), Political Science Faculty Works (2010)
Based on data from the second wave of the Citizen Political Ambition Panel Study-our national...