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Founded in 1967, The Caucus for a New Political Science (CNPS) is an organization of political scientists united by the idea that political science as an academic discipline should be committed to advancing progressive political development.  The caucus plays an active role in the affairs of the American Political Science Association (APSA) through it’s role as the Organized Section for New Political Science, which was established in 1992.  The caucus/section publishes a journal, New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture (NPS).  As an APSA section, the association organizes a group of panels for each annual meeting, often in cooperation with other organized sections.  Members of the APSA may join the section and thus the caucus when they pay their annual association dues.

For more information on the origins and purposes of CNPS click here. The yearly membership dues are $5.00 for students and $30.00 for other members. A subscription to New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture is included with membership, published 4 times per year in hard copy and electronic access form.

Any member of the CNPS can voluntarily opt in to the listserv by sending an email to the listserv address: newpolsci@u.washington.edu. The listserv is reserved for CNPS business and announcements, job advertisements, conference announcements, notices of new books or special issues of journals that may interest our members, and other items of professional interest. The listserv should not be used as a platform for advancing personal political causes or engaging in online political debates.


1969 CNPS Business Meeting

The purpose of this section is to help make the study of politics relevant to the struggle for a better world.

Section Officers

Nancy Love, Chair

President
Nancy S. Love, Appalachian State University
lovens@appstate.edu

Treasurer
William Sokoloff, The University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley
william.sokoloff@utrgv.edu

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Secretary
Sarah M. Surak, Salisbury University
smsurak@salisbury.edu

Membership Director
Robert Kirsch, Arizona State University
rekirsch@asu.edu

Journal Co-Editors

Judith Grant, Ohio University
grantj1@ohio.edu

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Claire Snyder-Hall, Independent Scholar
claire.snyderhall@gmail.com

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Caucus Representatives
    Daniel O’Connor, California State University, Long Beach
daniel.oconnor@csulb.edu

Committees

Coordinating Council 
The Coordinating Council shall, within guidelines established by Caucus Resolutions, and subject to review by Caucus Resolution, carry out regular and routine Caucus business, while discussing major issues with the general membership.

Chair
Nancy S. Love, Appalachian State University

Program Coordinators
Lucrecia Garcia Iommi (2021), Fairfield University
Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd (2022), Rutgers University

Secretary
Sarah M. Surak, Salisbury University

Treasurer
William Sokoloff, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Task Force Chairs
Membership Director: Robert Kirsch, Arizona State University
Witnesses and Advocates: Isaac Kamola, Trinity College, Chair
Web and Social Media Coordinator: Edwin Daniel Jacob, George Mason University

Publications Executive Committee
The Publications Executive Committee shall be responsible for the general policy and oversight of the official journal and book series, within guidelines established by Caucus Resolutions, and subject to review by Caucus Resolution.

Chair
Nancy S. Love, Appalachian State University

Secretary
Sarah M. Surak, Salisbury University

Treasurer
William Sokoloff, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

Caucus Representative
Daniel O’Connor, California State University, Long Beach

NPS Newsletter
Jennifer Lawrence, Virginia Tech

Journal Co-Editors
Judith Grant, Ohio University
Claire Snyder-Hall, Independent Scholar

Journal Book Review Editor
Andy Scerri, Virginia Tech

Journal Managing Editor
Edwin Daniel Jacob, George Mason University

Book Series Editor
Bradley MacDonald, Colorado State University

Journal Associate Editors
Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd, Rutgers University
Cynthia Burack, Ohio State University
John Ehrenberg, Long Island University
Judith Grant, Ohio University
Timothy W. Luke, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
William Sokoloff, University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley
Courtenay W. Daum, Colorado State University

Please contact Edwin Daniel Jacob for website updates and additions.