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  • Critical Pedagogy & Identity: Interview 1 June 9, 2021
    What is critical pedagogy? How do political science educators address identity, race, class and sexuality in the classroom? How and what materials do we bring to the political science classroom to encourage students to make connections and see themselves in … The post Critical Pedagogy & Identity: Interview 1 appeared first on APSA.
  • Critical Pedagogy & Identity: Interview 3 June 9, 2021
    What is critical pedagogy? How do political science educators address identity, race, class and sexuality in the classroom? How and what materials do we bring to the political science classroom to encourage students to make connections and see themselves in … The post Critical Pedagogy & Identity: Interview 3 appeared first on APSA.
  • Critical Pedagogy & Identity: Interview 2 June 9, 2021
    What is critical pedagogy? How do political science educators address identity, race, class and sexuality in the classroom? How and what materials do we bring to the political science classroom to encourage students to make connections and see themselves in … The post Critical Pedagogy & Identity: Interview 2 appeared first on APSA.
  • Flipping My Research Methods Course: Video Lectures, OERs & the Hybrid Classroom May 28, 2021
    Gary King, PhD, Department of Government, Harvard University Editor’s note – This essay is our adaptation to a longer working paper, “Education and Scholarship by Video,” written by Gary King. You can view the entire essay here. Part of … The post Flipping My Research Methods Course: Video Lectures, OERs & the Hybrid Classroom appeared […]
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  • “You Hafta Push”: Using Sapphire’s Novel to Teach Introduction to American Government August 21, 2020
    “You Hafta Push”: Using Sapphire’s Novel to Teach Introduction to American Government by Christine Pappas, East Central University Using fiction in the classroom can dramatize public policy issues and political science concepts, therefore, making them [...] The post “You Hafta Push”: Using Sapphire’s Novel to Teach Introduction to American Government appeared first on .
  • The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection August 20, 2020
    The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection by Michelle D. Deardorff, Jackson State University This essay discusses concrete approaches for faculty to use when teaching a student body whose demographics and cultural backgrounds are significantly [...] The post The Professor, Pluralism, and Pedagogy: A Reflection appeared first on .
  • Teaching the Arab World and the West…As an Arab in the West August 19, 2020
    Teaching the Arab World and the West…As an Arab in the West by Samer Abboud, Arcadia University How do the subjective experiences of faculty and students shape the classroom and the study of global politics? [...] The post Teaching the Arab World and the West…As an Arab in the West appeared first on .
  • What’s in a Name…or a Face? Student Perceptions of Faculty Race August 19, 2020
    What’s in a Name…or a Face? Student Perceptions of Faculty Race by Jeanette Morehouse Mendez, Oklahoma State University & Jesse Perez Mendez, University of Central Florida Utilizing Critical Race Theory (CRT) as a conceptual framework, [...] The post What’s in a Name…or a Face? Student Perceptions of Faculty Race appeared first on .
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  • Meet 2021 Carnegie Fellow Shana Kushner Gadarian, Syracuse University June 11, 2021
    The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program recognizes an exceptional group of both established and emerging scholars, journalists, and authors with the goal of strengthening U.S. democracy, driving technological and cultural creativity, exploring global connections and global [...] The post Meet 2021 Carnegie Fellow Shana Kushner Gadarian, Syracuse University appeared first on .
  • Meet 2021 Carnegie Fellow Tanisha Fazal, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities June 10, 2021
    The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program recognizes an exceptional group of both established and emerging scholars, journalists, and authors with the goal of strengthening U.S. democracy, driving technological and cultural creativity, exploring global connections and global [...] The post Meet 2021 Carnegie Fellow Tanisha Fazal, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities appeared first on .
  • Meet 2021 Carnegie Fellow Susan Stokes, University of Chicago June 9, 2021
    The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program recognizes an exceptional group of both established and emerging scholars, journalists, and authors with the goal of strengthening U.S. democracy, driving technological and cultural creativity, exploring global connections and global [...] The post Meet 2021 Carnegie Fellow Susan Stokes, University of Chicago appeared first on .
  • Introducing the APSA 2021 Council Nominees June 9, 2021
    We are pleased to introduce the APSA Nominating Committee 2021 slate of nominees for the APSA Council. Each has agreed to serve if elected. These candidates will be put to a vote by the full [...] The post Introducing the APSA 2021 Council Nominees appeared first on .