Congressman Dave Obey represented Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District in the House of Representatives for 42 years. He is the longest serving member of Congress in Wisconsin history. Of the over 10,000 men and women who […]
David Richmond is the Department Chair of the Social Studies Department at Centennial High School in Bakersfield, Calif. My first contact with political science was Watergate and I was 13 years old and I wanted […]
PS: Political Science and Politics is excited to announce a new publication opportunity for scholars in our profession, “From the Sections.” Our intention with creating this section is to provide a broader outlet for the […]
The #APSA2013 Annual Meeting took place at the Palmer House Hilton in Chicago, Ill. Below are some highlights of the graduate student happy hour.
APSA’s most recent research support symposium, held at the 2015 Annual Meeting, informed members of funding opportunities available from a range of resources and included practical tips for successful grant writing. The symposium included speakers […]
by Kyle Haynes This article outlines a classroom simulation for teaching the bargaining model of war. This model has become one of the most important theories of international conflict, but the technical notation often used to […]
Kate Maehr is currently the Executive Director and CEO of the Greater Chicago Food Depository. What I concentrated on within the sort of the realm of public policy was looking at nonprofit organizations and, in […]
by Dave Bridge Using the core principles of fantasy sports, I propose the notion of using fantasy drafts in political science classrooms. I begin by introducing the basic concept of fantasy leagues. Then I describe an […]