Earth System Governance: World Politics in the Anthropocene

John S. Dryzek, University of Canberra Earth system governance is an increasingly popular concept that captures multi-level governance in social-ecological systems, a large multi-national project that joins hundreds of researchers, and the title of this […]

Thomas M. Keck

A Conversation with Thomas M. Keck

                Thomas Moylan Keck (left) is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Erik Bleich (right) is […]

Annual Conference

Empowering Women in the Profession

SAN FRANCISCO — Friday afternoon’s panel entitled Empowering Women presented ideas on how to promote women in the profession through the experiences of several prominent female leaders. As Professor S.L. Weldon, Director of the Center […]

Annual Conference

Short Course: Building International Scholarly Partnerships

Andrew Stinson, APSA’s manager for international workshops, led a short course yesterday afternoon on the importance of building international scholarly partnerships and the best practices for engaging those audiences. The discussion touched on the comparative […]

Annual Conference

Short Course: Ranked Choice Voting in the U.S.A.

Yesterday’s Ranked Choice Voting in the U.S.A. presented several opportunities for debate which included proponents and skeptics showcasing their research from both sides. While a lot of these statistics included research from Bay Area elections, […]