“Contentious Politics & The Internet” Panel & Presentation, 2016 APSA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA The papers in this panel are united by a common interest in how the Internet, in particular access to social […]
Reading and Writing Constructivist Research in American Political Science by Michael J. Struett, North Carolina State University Peer review is the essential gatekeeping process that determines what counts as high quality political science research yet, as […]
The Hubert H. Humphrey Award is awarded annually in recognition of notable public service by a political scientist. It carries a prize of $1,000. Submit a nomination here by Monday, February 13, 2017.
George C. Edwards III Symposium by Justin S. Vaughn, Boise State University, with contributions from George C. Edwards, Texas A&M University; Karen Hult, Virgina Tech University; William G. Howell, University of Chicago; Richard Waterman, University […]
The Lowi Award recognizes the author of a first book in any field of political science that exemplifies qualities of broad ambition, high originality, and intellectual daring, showing promise of having a substantive impact on […]
The Carey McWilliams Award is given annually to honor a major journalistic contribution to our understanding of politics. It carries a $750 prize. Eligible candidates must meet the criteria laid forth by the first organizing […]
The Puzzle of Obama’s “Small-Ball” Strategy: Caution, Retrenchment, and Realism by Scott Waalkes, Malone University Politicians always campaign in poetry and govern in prose. Obama’s foreign policy began similarly with lofty aims yet ended modestly. […]
Of White Whales, Obamacare, and the Roberts Court: The Republican Attempts to Harpoon Obama’s Presidential Legacy by Christopher P. Banks, Kent State University [@cpb_banks] Presidential legacies are shaped by retrospective historical judgments that grow from political successes, failures, […]