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Left Pessimism and Political Science

Left Pessimism and Political Science by Jennifer L. Hochschild,  Harvard University I examine why contemporary social scientists on the political left are relatively pessimistic about the public arena and its trajectory. To develop an answer, I explore […]

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Rhetorical Adaptation and Resistance to International Norms

Rhetorical Adaptation and Resistance to International Norms by Jennifer M. Dixon, Villanova University Scholarship on states’ responses to international norms has focused on commitment, compliance, and noncompliance; paying insufficient attention to responses that fall outside these categories. […]

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Recharge with APSA Following the March for Science

APSA members in Washington, DC, for the March for Science on Saturday, April 22, are invited to APSA’s offices in Dupont Circle for an open house to mark the event. Light refreshments, including coffee, tea, water, and […]

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Negating the Gender Citation Advantage in Political Science

Negating the Gender Citation Advantage in Political Science by Amy L. Atchison, Valparaiso University Open-access (OA) advocates have long promoted OA as an egalitarian alternative to traditional subscription-based academic publishing. The argument is simple: OA gives everyone […]

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Foreigners as Liberators: Education and Cultural Diversity in Plato’s Menexenus

Foreigners as Liberators: Education and Cultural Diversity in Plato’s Menexenus by Rebecca LeMoine, Florida Atlantic University Though in recent decades many democratic governments have adopted rhetoric and policies promoting cultural diversity, political leaders, citizens, and scholars are […]