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Vigilance and Confidence: Jeremy Bentham, Publicity, and the Dialectic of Political Trust and Distrust

Vigilance and Confidence: Jeremy Bentham, Publicity, and the Dialectic of Political Trust and Distrust by Jonathan R. Bruno, Harvard University Distrust of public authorities is a mainstay of democratic politics. In recent decades, however, political scientists […]

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White Man’s IR: An Intellectual Confession

White Man’s IR: An Intellectual Confession by David A. Lake, University of California—San Diego Drawing largely on my own career in academia, I elaborate on the need for greater gender, racial and other forms of diversity […]

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The Dynamics and Consequences of Partisan Polarization

“The Dynamics and Consequences of Partisan Polarization” Presentation, 2016 APSA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA Please see papers. Chair Joanne Miller, University of Minnesota Discussant Matthew S. Levendusky, University of Pennsylvania

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Career Path Profile: Matt Hirschland

Political scientists pursue wide-ranging and diverse career paths. This interview series, developed by the APSA Professional Development Program, highlights the many different ways political scientists carry their skills and expertise into the workforce. For more […]

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Why Would a Political Scientist Write a Biography?

Why Would a Political Scientist Write a Biography? by Bartholomew Sparrow, University of Texas at Austin Why would a political scientist write a biography of a U.S. national security advisor? Biography focuses on a single individual […]

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APSR Announces New Publication Format

For Immediate Release APSR Announces New Publication Format WASHINGTON, DC — The American Political Science Review (APSR), published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of the American Political Science Association, announces a new publication format […]