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Books

Gillespie, Andra.  2012.  The New Black Politician:  Cory Booker, Newark and Post-Racial America. New York: NYU Press.

Journal Articles

Gillespie, Andra and Melissa Michelson.  2011.  “Participant Observation and the Political Scientist:  Possibilities, Priorities and Practicalities.” (with Melissa Michelson).  PS: Political Science and Politics (Special Symposium on Pracademics).  April 2011: 261-265.

Gillespie, Andra.  2010.  “Judged by His Actions:  How President Obama Addressed Race in the First Six Months of His Campaign.”  Journal of Race and Policy (Special Issue:  Race and Policy in the Age of Obama).  6(1):  8-22.

Gillespie, Andra.  2010. “Canvasser Affect and Voter Turnout:  Results from National Focus Groups.”  American Politics Review (July 2010).  38: 718-758.

Gillespie, Andra.  2009.  “The Third Wave:  A Theoretical Introduction To The Post-Civil Rights Cohort Of Black Elected Leadership.” National Political Science Review.   12: 139-161.

Edited Volumes

Gillespie, Andra (Ed.).  2010.  Whose Black Politics?  Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership. New York:  Routledge Press.  (Chapter contributions are outlined below).

Book Chapters

Gillespie, Andra.  2010.  “Introduction.” In Whose Black Politics?  Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership.  Andra Gillespie (Ed.). New York:  Routledge Press.  1-8.

Gillespie, Andra.  2010.  “Meet the New Class: Theorizing Young Black Leadership in a ‘Postracial’ Era.” In Whose Black Politics?  Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership.  Andra Gillespie (Ed.). New York:  Routledge Press.  9-42.

Gillespie, Andra and Emma Tolbert.  2010.  “Racial Authenticity and Redistricting: A Comparison of Artur Davis’s 2000 and 2002 Congressional Campaigns.” In Whose Black Politics?  Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership.  Andra Gillespie (Ed.). New York:  Routledge Press.  45-66.

Gillespie, Andra.  2010.  “Losing and Winning: Cory Booker’s Ascent toNewark’s Mayoralty.” In Whose Black Politics?  Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership.  Andra Gillespie (Ed.). New York:  Routledge Press.  67-84.

Gillespie, Andra and Amber Perez.  2010.  “Race, Religion, and Post-9/11America: The Election of Keith Ellison.” In Whose Black Politics?  Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership.  Andra Gillespie (Ed.). New York:  Routledge Press.  273-292.

Gillespie, Andra.  2010.  “Conclusion:  Where Do We Go From Here?” In Whose Black Politics?  Cases in Post-Racial Black Leadership.  Andra Gillespie (Ed.). New York:  Routledge Press.  309-318.

Book Reviews

Gillespie, Andra.  2007.  “Book Review: Changing White Attitudes Toward Black Political Leadership by Zoltan Hajnal.” Perspectives on Politics.  September 2007.  5(3): 632-633.

Opinion Pieces/Feature Articles

Gillespie, Andra.  2008.  “The Michelle Obama Drama.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution.  July 20.

Gillespie, Andra.  2009.  “Obama’s Job and Ours.” TheWashington Post.  January 17.

Gillespie, Andra.  2009.  “President Obama, Race and Henry Louis Gates.”  Politico.  July 23.

Gillespie, Andra.  2009.  “Post-Racial? Really?”  Emory Magazine.  Autumn 2009.

Gillespie, Andra.  2011.  “Blacks Aren’t Brainwashed.”  CNN.com.  3 October 2011.

Gillespie, Andra.  2012.  Response to Michael Dawson’s “The Future of Black Politics.”  Boston Review.  January/February 2012.  21-22.

Gillespie, Andra.  2012.  “What Jesse Jackson Could Teach Ron Paul.”  TheRoot.com.  21 February.

Gillespie, Andra.  2012.  “Cory Booker:  Heroic? Yes. Magic? No.”  TheRoot.com.  8 May.