|Department:||Department of Political Science
Department of Women’s and Gender Studies
Annie Boiter-Jolley is an adjunct professor in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies. Her research interests and areas of expertise include gender and politics; inclusion and representation; political, feminist, and democratic theory; social movements; and the gender politics of the US South. Dr. Boiter-Jolley regularly teaches WGST 112, but one of her favorite classes to teach is WGST 298 - Contemporary Gender Issues in Law and Order: SVU. She also teaches courses in American Politics and Political Theory in the Department of Political Science, and doesn’t talk about that one semester she taught at Clemson.
- Ph.D., Political Science, University of South Carolina
- M.A., Political Science, University of South Carolina
- Graduate Certificate, Women's and Gender Studies, University of South Carolina
- B.A., Political Science and Women's and Gender Studies, University of South Carolina Honors College
Recently Taught Courses
- POLI 300 - Social and Political Philosophy
- POLI 303 - Modern Political Theory
- POLI 454 - Women and the Law
- WGST 112 - Women in Society
- WGST 112 - Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies
- WGST 298 - Contemporary Gender Issues in Law & Order: SVU
Co-authored Book Chapter
“Working the Gender Gap: The NCWO and Voter Engagement, 2006-2014,” with Laura R.
Woliver, in Push
Back, Move Forward: The National Council of Women’s Organizations and Coalition Advocacy. 2018. Philadelphia,
PA: Temple University Press.
- “Political Progression: Gender, Age, and Electoral Advancement,” Midwest Political
Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois: April 2012.
- “Working the Gender Gap: Women’s Groups, Registration, and Voter Turnout” (co-authored
Woliver), American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington; September, 2011.
- “Risking a Woman: Partisan Majorities, Women, and Competition in State Legislatures,”
South Carolina Women’s and Gender Studies Conference in Columbia, SC; March 2011.
- “Gender, Labor, and Progressive Coalitions Working the Vote: Grassroots Mobilizations
for Registration &
Early Voting in the 2008 Election” (co-authored with Laura Woliver), American Political Science Association Annual
Meeting, Washington, DC; August 2010.
- “Political Women and the Mass Media in the 2008 Presidential Election,” South Eastern
Association Conference in Columbia, SC; March 2010.
- “Pearls and Pantsuits: The Mass Media’s Portrayal of Women in Politics in the 2008
Comparative Literature Conference in Columbia, SC; February 2010.
- “Change from Within: Victoria Eslinger and the South Carolina Women’s Movement,” University
Carolina Women’s Studies Conference; March 2008.