APSR

Montesquieu’s Teaching on the Dangers of Extreme Corrections: Japan, the Catholic Inquisition, and Moderation in The Spirit of the Laws

Montesquieu’s Teaching on the Dangers of Extreme Corrections: Japan, the Catholic Inquisition, and Moderation in The Spirit of the Laws by Nathaniel Gilmore, University of Toronto, Vickie B. Sullivan, Tufts University Explicitly and implicitly in […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: Where to with the Liberal Order?

Where to with the Liberal Order? Now where to in the Global Order? And what are the role and actions of the United States in the face of rising nationalism? The challenge by Trump, but […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter: Racial Politics and Social Justice in the Age of Obama and the New Trump Era Participants on this panel will explore the following questions: What does the Black Lives Matter Movement tell […]

Centennial Center

Call for Applications: APSA Centennial Center Teaching Workshop

The APSA Centennial Center for Political Science and Public Affairs will host a two-day, teaching-oriented workshop for faculty in the field of international relations. Led by Joyce Kaufman (Whittier College) and Victor Asal (SUNY-Albany), this workshop […]