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Understanding Multiple Perspectives

Understanding Multiple Perspectives: The Contribution of a Short-Essay Assignment to Teaching about the Arab–Israeli Conflict by Alon Yakter, University of Michigan, and Mark Tessler, University of Michigan Teaching about political conflict requires an understanding of the multiple perspectives and […]

Annual Conference

Governing Urban Resilience: New Comparative Approaches

Governing Urban Resilience: New Comparative Approaches Allison Bramwell Full Day While much recent urban politics research in the United States has focused on neighborhoods as the primary locus for capacity building and governance innovation, issues […]

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Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Leann McLaren

Leann McLaren, University of Connecticut Leann Mclaren is a political science and history double major at the University of Connecticut, in the honors program. She serves as the vice president of the University of Connecticut’s chapter […]

Press

Press Gallery: Members in the Media

April 13- April 19, 2018 The APSA Press Gallery is a roundup of recent blogs, op-eds, podcasts, and interviews featuring political scientists. We are always eager to follow our members’ engagement online. Let us know […]

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Meet 2018 RBSI Scholar, Jasmine B. King

Jasmine B. King, Jackson State University Jasmine B. King is a junior at Jackson State University majoring in political science. Since her freshman year, Jasmine has conducted research under the direction of Dr. Byron Orey at […]

Data

Chart of the Month: Changes in Degrees Awarded

The April Chart of the Month focuses on changes in degrees awarded in political science. The chart highlights the changes in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees awarded from 2014-15 to 2016-17. Overall, responding departments saw […]