Tamara A. Small is a leading expert of Canadian politics with a particular research focus on digital politics — the impact and use of digital technologies by Canadian political actors. She is the co-author of Fighting for Votes: Parties, the Media and Voters in an Ontario Election (UBC Press) and the co-editor of Digital Politics in Canada: Promises and Realities (UTP), Political Communication in Canada: Meet the Press, Tweet the Rest (UBC Press) and Mind the Gaps: Canadian Perspectives on Gender and Politics (Fernwood Press). She held a Fulbright Visiting Research Chair at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee) in 2018. She is a full Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Guelph.
2020. Digital Politics in Canada: Promises & Realities. Tamara A. Small & Harold J. Jansen, Editors. Toronto: UTP Higher Education.
2015. Fighting for Votes: Parties, the Media and Voters in the 2011 Ontario Election. (William Cross, Jonathan Malloy, Tamara A. Small and Laura Stephenson). Vancouver: UBC Press.
2014. Political Communication in Canada: Meet the Press and Tweet the Rest. (edited by Alex Marland, Thierry Giasson and Tamara A. Small). Vancouver: UBC Press.
2013. Mind the Gaps: Canadian Perspectives on Gender and Politics. (edited by Roberta Lexier and Tamara A. Small). Fernwood Press.
Social Science and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant (2017 – 2022). Digital Campaigning in Canada: A Comparative Study ($66,005).
Social Science and Humanities Research Council Insight Grant. Online Political Activity and Democratic Citizenship in Canada. ($296,748).