Journals

How Non-Majoritarian Institutions Make Silent Majorities Vocal: A Political Explanation of Authoritarian Populism

How Non-Majoritarian Institutions Make Silent Majorities Vocal: A Political Explanation of Authoritarian Populism By Michael Zürn, Social Science Center Berlin Why did we witness such a strong growth of anti-liberal forces twenty-five years after the […]

Journals

Exit, Voice, Loyalty … or Deliberate Obstruction? Non-Collective Everyday Resistance under Oppression.

Exit, Voice, Loyalty … or Deliberate Obstruction? Non-Collective Everyday Resistance under Oppression. By Stephanie Dornschneider, University College Dublin In highly oppressive environments, collective resistance is very costly. Non-collective resistance constitutes a less risky alternative. Focusing […]

Obituaries

Political Science Today: In Memoriam

These submissions were featured in the May 2021 issue of Political Science Today, a new member magazine of the American Political Science Association.  To read the full memoriam in Political Science Today, please click here. […]

Journals

Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education 

Call for Editor(s): Journal of Political Science Education  Applications Due September 1, 2021 The American Political Science Association (APSA) invites applications and nominations for editorship of the Journal of Political Science Education (JPSE) to begin a term […]

APSA Educate

Part 3: Interview Series: Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political Science Classroom

Dr. Julia Jordan-Zachery, University of North Carolina, Charlotte/incoming Wake Forest University), chair of APSA’s Teaching & Learning Policy committee, answers these questions in three interviews with political science faculty. Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political […]