Journals

Race, Religion, or Culture? Framing Islam between Racism and Neo-Racism in the Online Network of the French Far-Right

Race, Religion, or Culture? Framing Islam between Racism and Neo-Racism in the Online Network of the French Far Right by Caterina Froio, University of Oslo When debates about Islam acquire importance in the public sphere, does […]

Member of the Month

APSA Member of the Month: Mary McHugh

Mary McHugh, Merrimack College September Member of the Month Member since 1994 Why did you become a political scientist? I have been interested in politics and government for as long as I can remember. Growing up […]

Journals

Democratic Waves in Historical Perspective

Democratic Waves in Historical Perspective by Seva Gunitsky, University of Toronto For over two centuries, the evolution of democracy has been marked by repeated democratic waves. Yet these cross-border bursts of revolution and reform have varied […]

Journals

How and Why Armed Groups Participate in Elections

How and Why Armed Groups Participate in Elections by Aila M. Matanock, University of California-Berkeley and Paul Staniland, University of Chicago Armed actors are often involved in electoral politics, from the fusing of ballots and bullets in armed […]

Data

Chart of the Month: Field of Study Diversity

The September Chart of the Month features data from the APSA Membership Dashboard on field of study diversity. APSA is committed to advancing diversity and inclusion throughout the profession. Yet, more work needs to be […]

Minority Student Recruitment Program

2018-19 APSA Minority Student Recruitment Program: Enroll before September 28

Get a jump start on graduate student recruitment! The APSA Minority Student Recruitment Program (MSRP) connects undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds who are interested in or show potential for graduate study with graduate programs interested in recruiting […]