- Ph.D. from University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2018
- M.A. from University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2014
- B.A. from Brigham Young University 2012
- Christopher N. Krewson and Ryan J. Owens. Forthcoming. “Judicial Philosophy and thePublic’s Support for Courts.” Political Research Quarterly
- Christopher N. Krewson and Jean R. Schroedel. Forthcoming.“The Gender Gap in SupremeCourt Legitimacy.” American Politics Research.
- David Fontana and Christopher N. Krewson. Forthcoming. “The Costs of Supreme Court Policy Legitimation.” Journal of Law and Courts.
- Christopher N. Krewson and Jean R. Schroedel. Forthcoming. “Modern Judicial Confirmation Hearings and Institutional Support for the Supreme Court.” Social Science Quarterly.
- Christopher N. Krewson. 2023. “Political Hearings Reinforce Legal Norms: Confirmation Hearings and Views of the United States Supreme Court.” Political Research Quarterly 76(1): 418-431.
- Christopher N. Krewson and Ryan J. Owens. 2022.“How State Judicial Selection Methods Influence Views of US Supreme Court Nominees: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment.” Journal of Law and Courts 10(2): 189-212.
- Wallace Chipidza, Christopher N. Krewson, Nicole Gatto, Elmira Akbaripourdibazer, and Tendai Gwanzura. 2022. “Ideological Variation in Preferred Content and Source Credibility on Reddit During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” Big Data & Society 9(1).
- Christopher N. Krewson and Ryan J. Owens. 2021.“Public Support for Judicial Philosophies: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment.” Journal of Law and Courts 9(1): 89-110.
- Christopher N. Krewson and Jean R. Schroedel. 2020.“Public Views of the U.S. Supreme Court in the Aftermath of the Kavanaugh Confirmation.” Social Science Quarterly 101(4): 1430-1441.
- Christopher N. Krewson. 2019. “Save this Honorable Court: Shaping Public Perceptions of theSupreme Court Off the Bench.” Political Research Quarterly 72(3): 686-699.
- Christopher N. Krewson. 2019. “Strategic Sensationalism: Why Justices Use Emotional Appeals in Supreme Court Opinions.” Justice System Journal 40(4): 319-336.
- Christopher N. Krewson, David Lassen, and Ryan J. Owens. 2018. “Twitter and the Supreme Court: An Examination of Congressional Tweets about the Supreme Court.” Justice System Journal 39(4): 322-330.
- Jack Edelson, Alexander Alduncin, Christopher N. Krewson, James A. Sieja, and Joseph Uscinski. 2017. “The Effect of Conspiratorial Thinking and Motivated Reasoning on Belief in Election Fraud.” Political Research Quarterly 70(4): 933-946.
American Politics; Law and Courts; American Political Institutions; Public Opinion; Political Behavior