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Taking Religion Seriously? Habermas on Religious Translation and Cooperative Learning in Post-secular Society

Taking Religion Seriously? Habermas on Religious Translation and Cooperative Learning in Post-secular Society by Giorgi Areshidze, Claremont McKenna College This article evaluates Jürgen Habermas’s attempt to reopen political liberalism to religion. In trying to “take religion […]

Journals

Public Sociology in the Age of Social Media

Reflection: Public Sociology in the Age of Social Media by Keiran Healy, Duke University I informally examine how the idea of public sociology has been affected by the rise of social media. New social media platforms […]

Press

Press Gallery: APSA Members in the Media

A roundup of blogs, articles, and interviews from APSA Members, October 13 – 19, 2017 Welcome to Press Gallery, APSA’s new roundup that highlights examples of blogging, writing, and interviews featuring political scientists. Public engagement is […]

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Reevaluating the Middle-Class Protest Paradigm: A Case-Control Study of Democratic Protest Coalitions in Russia

Reevaluating the Middle-Class Protest Paradigm: A Case-Control Study of Democratic Protest Coalitions in Russia by Bryn Rosenfeld, University of Southern California A large literature expects rising middle classes to promote democracy. However, few studies provide direct […]

APSA Programs

Apply for the 2018-2019 APSA Minority Fellowship Program

Applications are now being accepted for the 2018-2019 APSA Minority Fellowship Program (MFP). Each year APSA awards 12 funded fellowships in the amount of $4,000 to support individuals from underrepresented backgrounds who are applying to […]