APSA-AAAS Webinar: Political Science and Human Rights – Exploring the Connections Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time Human rights connect to political science in diverse ways, both as an […]
The Ethnographic Turn in Political Science: Reflections on the State of the Art by Evelyn Z. Brodkin, The University of Chicago Ethnographic approaches continue to capture the imagination of scholars in the discipline, even as political […]
APSA Pracademic Fellowship: The Third Epoch: A Pracademic View of the EPA’s Office of Policy Todd M. LaPorte, George Mason University Susan M. Opp, Colorado State University PS: Political Science & Politics, October 2016 Over […]
Designing Multi-Method Research (QMMR1) Jason Seawright Qualitative and Multi-Method Research Section, APSA Organized Section 37 9:00 am – 1:00 pm This course provides students with an introduction to research designs that combine a qualitative and a […]
Research Development Group: Emerging Research from MENA Workshops Alumni APSA International Programs 9:00 am – 5:00 pm This short course will be an opportunity to engage with and support the research of a small group […]
by Wayne Journell In 2001, Richard Niemi and Julia Smith published an article in PS: Political Science and Politics on enrollments in high school civics and government courses. They framed their study on the premise […]
Join the book launch of “African State Governance: Subnational Politics and National Power” with editors, Carl LeVan (American University, School of International Service), Joseph Olayinka Fashagba (Federal University of Nigeria-Lokoja) and Edward R. McMahon (University of Vermont), […]
Here’s a collection of photo highlights from the APSA 2015 Annual Meeting. Share as you please.