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Meet 2017 MFP Fellow, Donovan A. Watts

Donovan A. Watts is a senior political science major at Central Michigan University. Donovan’s undergraduate career is highlighted by a number of accomplishments. He has received numerous scholarships and is the current president of the […]

APSA Programs

Meet 2017 MFP Fellow, Nicauris Heredia

Nicauris Heredia (RBSI 2016) is a senior at Rhode Island College double majoring in political science and public administration, with a minor in international nongovernmental organizations studies (INGOS). She served as the president of Pi Sigma Alpha […]

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Will vs. Reason: The Populist and Technocratic Forms of Political Representation and Their Critique to Party Government

Will vs. Reason: The Populist and Technocratic Forms of Political Representation and Their Critique to Party Government by Daniele Caramani, University of Zurich The article compares analytically populism and technocracy as alternative forms of political representation […]

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Democracy at Work: Moving Beyond Elections to Improve Well-Being

Democracy at Work: Moving Beyond Elections to Improve Well-Being by Michael Touchtonm, University of Miami; Natasha Borges, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee & Brian Wampler, Boise State University How does democracy work to improve well-being? In this paper, we disentangle the component parts […]

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Meet 2017 MFP Fellow, Priscilla Torres

Priscilla Torres (RBSI 2016) is a senior at Loyola Marymount University. She participated in the 2016 APSA Ralph Bunche Summer Institute and presented her research at APSA’s 2016 Annual Meeting and at the International Studies Association-West. […]

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March Chart of the Month: How Much Do You Teach?

The  APSA Teaching and Learning Conference (TLC) focuses on promoting greater understanding of how to create an engaging environment for all students in the classroom. The conference is organized using a working group model which […]

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S. M. Lipset and the Fragility of Democracy

by Mildred A. Schwartz Oxford University Press’s Academic Insights for the Thinking World Seymour Martin Lipset passed away eleven years ago. If he had lived, he would have celebrated his 95th birthday on 18 March. […]