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Using Music and Lyrics to Teach Political Theory

In his article, Prof. Tom Rozinski explains how he engages students in his introductory political theory classes at Touro College. Since they spend far more time listening to music than reading, he introduces key topics […]

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Compared to What? Judicial Review and Other Veto Points in Contemporary Democratic Theory

Compared to What? Judicial Review and Other Veto Points in Contemporary Democratic Theory David Watkins and Scott Lemieux Many democratic and jurisprudential theorists have too often uncritically accepted Alexander Bickel’s notion of “the countermajoritarian difficulty” […]

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Developmental Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Politics: Fragmented Citizenship in a Fragmented State

Developmental Perspectives on Lesbian and Gay Politics: Fragmented Citizenship in a Fragmented State Stephen M. Engel Responding to recent criticism that American political development (APD) has yet to fully engage with both contemporary and historical […]

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Perspectives Reflection Symposium: Technique Trumps Relevance

Technique Trumps Relevance: The Professionalization of Political Science and the Marginalization of Security Studies Michael Desch explains the disconnect between the discipline’s self-image as balancing rigor with relevance with the reality of how political scientists […]

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How Political Science Can be More Diverse

    This symposium addresses a longstanding and urgent question: how to diversify leadership and end discrimination in academe. While the symposium targets the political science profession, the new strategies advanced here are likely to […]