James Mahoney

Meet The New Council Members: James Mahoney

James Mahoney is the Gordon Fulcher Professor in Decision-Making and Professor of Political Science and Sociology at Northwestern University.  He is a comparative‐historical researcher with interests in national development, political regimes, Latin American politics, and […]

PS: Political Science and Politics

Elections as Theater

Mark Chou, Roland Bleiker,Nilanjana Premaratna Elections can make for great theater. Uncertain and performative affairs by design, electoral politics have been known for producing the type of twists and turns equal to the best dramas. Mesmerized, […]

David Lake

Meet The New Council Members: David Lake

David A. Lake is the Jerri-Ann and Gary E. Jacobs Professor of Social Sciences and Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego. His research focuses broadly on international relations. He […]

PS: Political Science and Politics

Assessing Over Time: The Political Science Program Review

Michelle D. Deardorff Michelle D. Deardorff (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) discusses the process of program review within political science departments, including a site visit from an external reviewer, from the perspective of someone who […]

2016 Elections

Appalachian State at the 2016 Iowa Caucus

Editor’s note: The students of Appalachian State are on the road at the Iowa Caucus. They’ve been kind enough to provide a narrative of their journey complete with pictures. We hope to get a couple […]