- Visiting Assistant Professor
- Political Science
- O'Donohoe Hall
Gabriela Okundaye is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Global Studies. Gabriela's research focuses on the premigratory experiences of immigrants (defined as the experiences an immigrant has in their country of origin) and how that affects the political attitudes and behaviors on immigrants when they are in their current country of residence. In addition to premigratory experiences she also researches ethnic politics, gender politics, and leadership analysis. She has recently published in Social Science Quarterly and the Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy.
|University of North Texas||Doctor of Philosophy - Political Science||2022|
|University of North Texas||Master of Arts - International Studies||2017|
|University of North Texas||Bachelor of Arts - History||2013|
|University of North Texas||Bachelor of Arts - Political Science||2013|
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Premigratory political experiences with autocracy and violence and immigrants’ willingness to vote
Okundaye, G., Ishiyama, J., & Silva, A. (2022). Premigratory political experiences with autocracy and violence and immigrantsâ willingness to vote. Social Science Quarterly.
Half of the Cabinet: Explaining Ethiopia’s Move to Gender Parity in the Government
Breuning, M., & Okundaye, G. (2021). Half of the Cabinet: Explaining Ethiopiaâs Move to Gender Parity in the Government. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 56(5), 1064-1078.
Is the Expansion of Women’s Access to Political Leadership Rewarded? Evidence from the Allocation of US Foreign Aid
Okundaye, G., & Breuning, M. (2021). Is the Expansion of Womenâs Access to Political Leadership Rewarded? Evidence from the Allocation of US Foreign Aid. Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, 42(3), 225-242.