Politics and Gender

Hierarchy and Gender in Political Science

Hierarchy and Gender in Political Science by Kathleen Gallagher Cunningham and Wendy H. Wong In a recent blog post, Macartan Humphreys candidly reveals a critical part of how discrimination can happen – a lack of awareness. It’s […]

APSA

Former APSA President, Margaret Levi, Elected Fellow of the AAPSS

Margaret Levi, Stanford University Margaret Levi is the Sara Miller McCune Director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford, Professor of Political Science and Senior Fellow of Woods Institute, Stanford University, and Jere […]

Journals

Education and Transparency: Changes in Campus Iconography

Education and Transparency: Changes in Campus Iconography by Dianne Pinderhughes, University of Notre Dame Woodrow Wilson’s standing has been widely recognized and honored in academic and public life. He was the APSA’s sixth President, 1909–1910, while […]

Journals

How We Remember (and Forget) in Our Public History

How We Remember (and Forget) in Our Public History by Shayla C. Nunnally, University of Connecticut The controversy surrounding whether to continue the ceremonious naming of institutions and honors in homage to the life of Woodrow […]

APSA Programs

Campus Teaching Award Winner: Alison Dana Howard

Excellence in teaching political science is essential to the discipline. This interview series highlights campus teaching award winners who have been recognized by the American Political Science Association (APSA) for their achievements. If you or […]