Journals

Schooled by Strikes? The Effects of Large-Scale Labor Unrest on Mass Attitudes toward the Labor Movement

Schooled by Strikes? The Effects of Large-Scale Labor Unrest on Mass Attitudes toward the Labor Movement By Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Suresh Naidu and Adam Reich, Columbia University Strikes are a central tool of organized labor, yet existing research […]

Centennial Center

2020 Fund for Latino Scholarship Applications Due June 15th — Meet Recipients Inés Valdez and Michelangelo Landgrave

The Fund for Latino Scholarship encourages and supports the recruitment, retention, and promotion of Latino/a political scientists. The fund also seeks to support research on Latino/a politics. The Fund for Latino Scholarship is jointly administered […]

2016 Elections

The White Working Class and the 2016 Election

The White Working Class and the 2016 Election By Nicholas Carnes, Duke University and Noam Lupu, Vanderbilt University Academics and political pundits alike attribute rising support for right-wing political options across advanced democracies to the working […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

APSA Resources on Systemic Racism & Social Justice

Political scientists have long examined the linkages between race, power, governance, social injustice and oppression. This scholarship has made an invaluable contribution to our discipline and to public discourse. APSA has gathered a collection of […]