A new virtual issue of LSQ that brings together papers with unique and/or compelling measures of key concepts or convincing ways of modeling causal relationships is now available at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/page/journal/19399162/lsqvi The articles are unlocked for download.
Brian Crisp has provided a full bibliographic entry of every article published in LSQ since 1976 which is now available in both pdf and txt format right here. If anyone has a preference for a different format for this document, please email Wendy Schiller
The 2018 Awards have been determined and are listed in the Awards Section. Congratulations to all the winners and thanks to all the committee members for their hard work. Award presentations will be made at our annual business meeting at APSABoston Friday, August 31st, 2018 from 6:30PM-7:30PM at the Hynes Convention Center, Room 200.
The LSS Business Meeting at APSA 2018 will be held on Friday, August 31st from 6:30-7:30PM in the Hynes Convention Center Room 200 The LSS Reception at APSA 2018 will be held on Friday, August 31st from 7:30-8:30PM at the Sheraton Boston Hotel in the Hampton Room.
APSA is seeking proposals from groups of members for projects aimed at advancing the political science discipline and/or a tackling a challenge facing the discipline. Projects must be evidence-based and provide wider benefits for the profession and the discipline. Projects must be collaborative and can be focused on any area of disciplinary work, inclusive of … Read more
The fall issue of The Legislative Scholar is now available here!
Greetings everyone. As you may know, Peverill Squire stepped down as Legislative Studies Section Chair after his two-year term ended and Wendy Schiller was elected to that role at the 2017 APSA business meeting. Fortunately James Curry has agreed to serve another two-year term as our Secretary/Treasurer and Leslie Schwindt-Bayer and Sebastian Saiegh are our … Read more
We are excited to present the spring 2017 issue of The Legislative Scholar. This issue includes pieces about taking advantage of sabbaticals, winning and using grants in legislative studies, leveraging other outside opportunities, and an overview of the “DCinbox” dataset. We hope you enjoy this edition of the newsletter! For questions, please contact our editors, Gisela Sin … Read more
We are pleased to distribute the fall issue of The Legislative Scholar. This issue has a number of insightful pieces covering teaching, mentoring, and training graduate students, as well engaging undergraduate students in the classroom. Two additional articles round out the issue, one covering the budget stalemate in Illinois and a second introducing the PIPC Votes Roll-Call Dataset. … Read more