Howard J. Gold
Professor of Government
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Howard J. Gold has been at Smith College since 1988. He teaches courses in American politics and statistics and is the co-author (with Donald Baumer) of Parties, Polarization and Democracy in the United States and author of Hollow Mandates. His work has also appeared in American Politics Quarterly, Political Research Quarterly, Polity and the Social Science Journal. His research interests include public opinion, partisanship and voting behavior.
Gold is a native of Montreal. He lives in Northampton with his spouse Jennifer Innes, and their children Sarah, Annie and Bobby.