New APSA Resource on Indigenous Governance and Politics and for Indigenous Scholars in the Profession

New APSA Resource on Indigenous Governance and Politics and for Indigenous Scholars in the Profession

Over the last several months, APSA collected resources on programs, journals, and networks for indigenous scholars in the profession and for scholars working on issues of sovereignty and tribal governance.

The goals of this initiative are to:

  1. Highlight programs in political science, public administration, or public policy that may be of interest to indigenous scholars at all levels of their careers.
  2. Increase the visibility of pathways to careers in political science for indigenous scholars.
  3. Identify opportunities for scholarly publication, resources for research (databases, document repositories, etc.) and potential collaborative networks for scholars whose research focuses on issues of sovereignty, tribal governance, and indigenous politics.
  4. Provide the discipline with resources and information related to the study of Indigenous governance and politics.

Visit the APSA Resource on Indigenous Governance and Politics and for Indigenous Scholars in the Profession here.


If you have any questions or additional resources that should be included on this new page, please email us at diversityprograms@apsanet.org. Contributions are accepted on a rolling basis.

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