June 15 to June 21, 2018
The APSA Press Gallery is a roundup of recent blogs, op-eds, podcasts, and interviews featuring political scientists. We are always eager to follow our members’ engagement online. Let us know what you are doing or reading with the hashtag #APSAPressGallery, or by email to email@example.com.
The Week in Writing
Recent blogs and op-eds authored by APSA members
- A Conversation about Black Women in Politics with Karen Finney and Dr. Wendy Smooth, Kelly Dittmar, Gender Watch 2018, June 15, 2018
- Competitive General Elections Can Mean More Productive Legislators, But Only Up to a Point, Michael J. Barber and Soren J. Schmidt, LSE USAPP Blog, June 18, 2018
- Is the Future of the Democratic Party Bleak? It Depends Who You Ask., Seth Masket, Pacific Standard, June 19, 2018
- How Do Electoral Incentives Affect Legislator Behavior?, Alexander Fouirnaies and Andrew B. Hall, Leg Branch, June 19, 2018
- The Equal Rights Amendment is One State from Ratification. Now What?, Robinson Woodward-Burns, Washington Post, June 20, 2018
Speaking Up: Political Scientists in the Media
Interviews, quotes, and podcasts featuring APSA members
- ‘Supreme Court Decided Not to Decide’ in Redistricting Case, Says UW Political Science Professor, By Rose Schmidt, featuring David Canon, Channel 3000 Madison, June 18, 2018
- Women are the Wave, But Also the Wall, For Democrats in 2018, By Ronald Brownstein, featuring Kelly Dittmar, June 19, 2018
- Family Separation on the Border Draws Criticism from All Corners, By Ben Kieffer and Katherine Perkins, featuring Chris Larimer and Donna Hoffman, Iowa Public Radio, June 20, 2018
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