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  • The Crisis in American Democracy: webinar & civics toolkit May 5, 2022
    Moderator:  Scott Simon Host of Weekend Edition, National Public Radio Panelists: Dick Simpson Professor of Political Science, University of Illinois at Chicago Author of Democracy’s Rebirth: The View From Chicago Angelique Power President & CEO, Skillman Foundation Elizabeth… The post The Crisis in American Democracy: webinar & civics toolkit appeared first on APSA.
  • Call for Proposals: Teaching Political Science at a Community College April 14, 2022
    The American Political Science Association’s (APSA) Teaching and Learning program is pleased to announce a call for proposals for a cohort of political scientists to participate in a three-week virtual teaching and learning symposium focused on teaching at a community … The post Call for Proposals: Teaching Political Science at a Community College appeared first […]
  • Call for Proposals: Teaching Economic Inequality and Social Class April 1, 2022
    CFP Deadline Extended to Thursday, May 5, 2022! The American Political Science Association’s (APSA) Teaching and Learning program is pleased to announce a call for proposals for 15 political scientists to participate in a three-day teaching and learning symposium June … The post Call for Proposals: Teaching Economic Inequality and Social Class appeared first on […]
  • Strategies for Teaching About Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine March 9, 2022
    John Ishiyama, APSA President, University Distinguished Research Professor of Political Science and the Piper Professor of Texas, University of North Texas Alison Rios Millet McCartney, Professor of Political Science, Towson University  Yoshiko Herrera, Professor of Political Science, … The post Strategies for Teaching About Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine appeared first on APSA.
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  • PSR volume 116 issue 2 Cover and Back matter April 26, 2022
  • Notes from the Editors: Increasing Qualitative Submissions April 26, 2022
    One of the main goals of our editorial team when we became editors of the American Political Science Review was to increase the substantive, methodological, and representational diversity of the APSR while continuing to publish excellent work. As we explained in our 2019 Vision Statement, we seek to broaden the range of research topics that are […]
  • PSR volume 116 issue 2 Cover and Front matter April 26, 2022
  • Motivated Reasoning and Democratic Accountability November 15, 2021
    Does motivated reasoning harm democratic accountability? Substantial evidence from political behavior research indicates that voters have “directional motives” beyond accuracy, which is often taken as evidence that they are ill equipped to hold politicians accountable. We develop a model of electoral accountability with voters as motivated reasoners. Directional motives have two effects: (1) divergence—voters with […]
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  • Ngoc T. Phan and Andrea Malji Discuss the Various Challenges of Working in an Interdisciplinary Department April 1, 2022
    This article discusses the various professional challenges of working in an interdisciplinary department. Many colleges and universities have merged programs to cut costs amid budget woes and decrease enrollment. These mergers are increasingly common within [...] The post Ngoc T. Phan and Andrea Malji Discuss the Various Challenges of Working in an Interdisciplinary Department appeared […]
  • Meet the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education November 15, 2021
    The American Political Science Association is excited to announce the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education: Editor-in-Chief: Charity Butcher, Professor, Kennesaw State University Lead Editor:  Alasdair Blair, Jean Monnet Professor, De Montfort University Associate Editors: [...] The post Meet the 2022-2026 Editorial Team for the Journal of Political Science Education appeared first on .
  • APSA: Home for the Political Science Community August 20, 2021
    APSA is Home to the Political Science Community The American Political Science Association (APSA) brings together political scientists from all fields of inquiry, regions, and occupational endeavors within and outside academe to deepen our understanding [...] The post APSA: Home for the Political Science Community appeared first on .
  • Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education  June 18, 2021
    Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education  Applications Due September 1, 2021 The American Political Science Association (APSA) invites applications and nominations for editorship of the Journal of Political Science Education (JPSE) to begin a term [...] The post Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education  appeared first on .
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  • Meet 2022 RBSI Scholar, Waideen Wright, Tufts University May 20, 2022
    Waideen Wright, Tufts University Waideen Wright is a rising fourth-year at Tufts University and a Questbridge Scholar. She is studying Anthropology and Political Science, tentatively on the Pre-Law track. She began her first semester at [...] The post Meet 2022 RBSI Scholar, Waideen Wright, Tufts University appeared first on .
  • Grant Writing and the Hidden Curriculum: Mentoring and Collaborating Across Disciplines May 20, 2022
    Grant Writing and the Hidden Curriculum: Mentoring and Collaborating Across Disciplines By Leah C. Windsor and Christian Kronsted, University of Memphis Submitting grant proposals is becoming an increasingly common expectation—and, in some cases, a requirement—in [...] The post Grant Writing and the Hidden Curriculum: Mentoring and Collaborating Across Disciplines appeared first on .
  • Short Course: Field Research Methods and Experiences of Sexual Harassment and Assault May 20, 2022
    Field Research Methods and Experiences of Sexual Harassment and Assault Stacey Leigh Hunt Half Day, 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM Palais des congrés de Montréal, 512H Pressured by the #MeToo movement, American political scientists have [...] The post Short Course: Field Research Methods and Experiences of Sexual Harassment and Assault appeared first on .
  • Can Theatre Disrupt Biases in the US? May 19, 2022
    Can Theatre Disrupt Biases in the US? with Elisabeth King, New York University How might Americans respond to a white male Kamala Harris or a Black female Mike Pence? Can theatre that portrays familiar figures [...] The post Can Theatre Disrupt Biases in the US? appeared first on .