Carnegie Fellowship

Meet 2017 Carnegie Fellow Charles Stewart III

The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program recognizes an exceptional group of both established and emerging scholars, journalists, and authors with the goal of strengthening U.S. democracy, driving technological and cultural creativity, exploring global connections and global […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: Race, Gender, Sexuality & the Politics of Legitimacy

Race, Gender, Sexuality & the Politics of Legitimacy: 8 Months in Trumplandia Scholars reflect upon the politics of legitimacy and marginalized groups in the wake of Barack Obama’s Presidency, Hillary Clinton’s candidacy, and eight months […]

Carnegie Fellowship

Meet 2017 Carnegie Fellow Richard A. Nielsen

Richard A. Nielsen is an assistant professor of political science at MIT. He completed his PhD (Government) and AM (Statistics) at Harvard University, and holds a BA from Brigham Young University. His forthcoming book, Deadly Clerics (Cambridge University […]

Mentoring Program

APSA Mentor Spotlight: Dr. James McHugh

During the month of May, APSA recognizes the service and contributions of APSA mentors. The APSA Mentoring Program was created in 2003 and connects undergraduate, graduate students, and junior faculty from all backgrounds to experienced and […]

APSR

The Political Violence Cycle

The Political Violence Cycle by S.P. Harish, New York University and Andrew T. Little, Cornell University Elections are often violent affairs, casting doubt on the canonical claim that democracy makes societies more peaceful by creating […]