Assistant Professor of Politics and Women's and Gender Studies (Sabbatical-Easter Semester 2020)
B.A. University of Florida M.A. Florida Atlantic University Graduate Certificate in Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Emory University PhD, Emory University
paige.l.schneider@sewanee.edu

Dr. Schneider teaches courses in the fields of gender and politics, political sociology, and LGBTQ Studies. Her current research considers the relationship between gender and election violence in transitional democracies, including Uganda and Tunisia. An article (with David Carroll)  entitled, Conceptualizing More Inclusive Elections: Violence Against Women in Elections and Gendered Election Violence, is forthcoming in the international journal Policy Studies (UK). She is working on a book chapter for an edited volume on gender and political violence (with Pär Zetterberg and Elin Bjarnegard) that examines violence against female political candidates in local council elections drawing upon her fieldwork in Uganda.  

Professor Schneider is a founding member of the College's original community engaged learning program, as well as the intergroup dialogue (IGD) classes on race and class. She is Posse scholar mentor for the Scholars of C'17.