Fired Up, Ready to Go: Pride, Shame, and Anger in Black Politics, under contract with Cambridge University Press.
(7) Burge, Camille D. 2020. “Introduction to Dialogues: Black Affective Experiences in Politics.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 8(2): 390-395 (link)
(6) Burge, Camille D., Julian J. Wamble, and Chryl N. Laird. 2020. “Missing the Mark? An Exploration of Targeted Campaign Advertising’s Effect on Black Political Engagement.” Politics, Groups, and Identities 8(2):423-437 (link)
(5) Burge, Camille D. Julian Wamble, and Rachel Cuomo. “A Certain Type of Descriptive Representative? How Skin Tone and Gender Influences Black Politics,” forthcoming in The Journal of Politics. (link)
(4) Kam, Cindy D. and Camille D. Burge. 2019. “TRENDS: Racial Resentment and Public Opinion Across the Racial Divide.” Political Research Quarterly 72(4):767-784 (link)
(3) Burge, Camille D., Melissa Hodges, and Rio Rinaldi. 2019. “Family Matters? Exploring Media Coverage of Presidential Candidates’ Families by Race and Gender,” Politics, Groups, and Identities (link)
(2) Burge, Camille D. and Gbemende Johnson. 2018. “Race, Crime, and Emotions.” Research & Politics July-September: 1-9. (link)
(1) Kam, Cindy D. and Camille D. Burge. 2018. “Uncovering Reactions to the Racial Resentment Scale Across the Racial Divide.” The Journal of Politics 80(1): 314-320. (link)
Refereed Book Chapters and Additional Publications
(4) Burge, Camille D. “There are No Signs: Feeling Black in a Post-Jim Crow America,” in preparation for Peace with the Other by Chad Haines and Yasmin Saikia.
(3) Burge, Camille D., Jillian Andres, and Kaley White-Ciluffo. “Moving Beyond Black Rage and White Resentment: Towards Racial Reconciliation in the 21st Century,” in preparation for From Higher Learning to Charlottesville: College Campuses and American Democracy, Palgrave Macmillan, by Tyson King-Meadows and Shahara Tova.
(2) Burge, Camille D. “The Emotions of Black Folk: Understanding How Collective Emotional Experiences Shape Black Public Opinion and Political Participation,” in preparation for Contemporary African America: A Multidisciplinary Reader, New York University Press, forthcoming 2020.
(1) Burge, Camille D. “Intersectionality,” in African Americans in the American Political System: An Encyclopedia of African Americans as Voters, Candidates, and Office Holders. ABC-CLIO Greenwood.
Research in Progress/Working Papers
“Black, Gay, and Here to Stay: Unpacking the Experiences of Black Gay Men in Politics” with Nicholas D’Amico. Presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Under review.
Burge, Camille D. and Shayla Nunnally, “Black Rage and Distrust: Exploring the Effects of Anger on African-Americans’ Trust in Government,” presented at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. In preparation for submission.
Burge, Camille D. and Willis Orlando. “A ‘New’ Racial Threat? Examining the Political Implications of Ethno-Religious Threat Among White Americans.” In preparation for submission.
“The ‘New’ Soccer Mom’s Vote?: Examining the Voting Behavior of Suburban Woman” with Lane David. Presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. In preparation for submission.
“Disproportionately Disciplining Black Females in Pennsylvania Public Schools” with Stephanie Dell’ Elmo. Presented at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association.