Category Archives: Women for President

An article about women for president that doesn’t mention Women for President.

The January 14, 2008, issue of Publishers Weekly features a cover story on this season’s political books.  Asked to comment on Erika Falk’s book Women for President: Media Bias in Eight Campaigns, University of Illinois Press Director Willis Regier offered, “This … Continue reading

The Association of American University Presses (AAUP) has updated its list of Books for Understanding Voting & Elections.  We have some current titles listed including Erika Falk’s just published Women for President: Media Bias in Eight Campaigns and Lois Duke Whitaker’s edited volume … Continue reading

Scott McLemee, writing in Inside Higher Ed about Erika Falk’s new book Women for President: Media Bias in Eight Campaigns, opines, “It seems like a book that Clinton’s staff would find useful — and not just as a projectile to … Continue reading

As the presidential campaign heats up, the Houston Chronicle seeks comment from Women for President author Erika Falk on Mrs. Clinton’s tears.  “Women’s emotions are always reported more frequently than those of the equivalent men (candidates),” Falk said. “That’s one of the … Continue reading

  Erika Falk’s timely new book Women for President: Media Bias in Eight Campaigns just landed on my desk.  The official publication date is January 21, 2008, but it is available now from the warehouse.  Professor Falk will be speaking and … Continue reading

Anna Mulrine, posting on US News & World Report‘s “Washington Whispers” blog, divulges the existence of Erika Falk’s forthcoming University of Illinois Press book Women for President: Media Bias in Eight Campaigns. “Falk notes that women are more likely to … Continue reading