Annual Conference

Theme Panel: The Erosion of Democracy and Its Consequences

The Erosion of Democracy and Its Consequences What are the consequences for institutions, party politics, elections, and policymaking of the erosion of democracy that we are observing world-wide? This roundtable examines the impact of illiberal […]

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Teaching Students to Hear the Other Side: Using Web Design and Election Events to Build Empathy in the Political Science Classroom

Teaching Students to Hear the Other Side: Using Web Design and Election Events to Build Empathy in the Political Science Classroom by: Leslie Caughell, Virginia Wesleyan University Research suggests that technology in the political science […]

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Theme Panel: Oligarchic Tendencies in U.S. Politics

Oligarchic Tendencies in U.S. Politics For many years, analyses of elections, political representation, and interest groups reported a general pattern of political responsiveness even as instances of political bias were detected. New research on political […]

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Annual Conference

APSA Bystander Intervention Training at the Annual Meeting

APSA Bystander Intervention Training at the Annual Meeting APSA will provide Bystander Intervention Training at the 2018 APSA Annual Meeting. The training will include strategies and examples for how meeting attendees can help ensure that […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: Power, Persuasion, and Disruption in Activist Politics

Power, Persuasion, and Disruption in Activist Politics This panel assembles scholars from diverse theoretical perspectives to consider the complex registers of activist politics in times of democratic crisis. Dominant approaches in liberal and democratic theory […]

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Press Gallery: APSA Members in the Media

July 20 to July 26, 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 […]