August 3 to August 9, 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 Weeks in Writing
Recent blogs and op-eds authored by APSA members
- No, We Didn’t Almost Solve the Climate Crisis in the 1980s, Matto Mildenberger and Leah Stokes, Mischiefs of Faction, August 6, 2018
- Protecting Minority Rights Can Undermine the Legitimacy of the Supreme Court in the Eyes of Many Americans, Michael A. Zilis, LSE USA Blog, August 7, 2018
- Your Voting Habits May Depend on When You Registered to Vote, Enrijeta Shino and Daniel Smith, The Conversation, August 8, 2018
- House Rules Should Be Available to Public Before Vote, Daniel Schuman, Legislative Procedure, August 8, 2018
- Why Catholic Countries are Suddenly Debating Abortion, Amy Erica Smith, Mischiefs of Faction, August 9, 2018
Speaking Up: Political Scientists in the Media
Interviews, quotes, and podcasts featuring APSA members
- Can Science Save Politics? Or Will Politics Ruin Science?, By Maggie Koerth-Baker, featuring Sarah Treul and Matthew Motta, FiveThirtyEight, August 6, 2018
- An Unusually Competitive House Race in Deeply Republican Kansas is as Risky for Democrats as it is for the GOP, By Emma Newburger, featuring Patrick Miller and Michael Smith, CNBC, August 6, 2018
- Will Florida Be the Next State to Expand Medicaid?, By Christine Dimattei, featuring Carol Weissert, WLRN Miami Radio, August 8, 2018
- Gun Activists Put Up ‘Hurdle’ to Scott’s Re-Election, By Xander Landen, featuring Richard Clark and Matthew Dickinson, Brattleboro Reformer, August 8, 2018
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