Awards

Meet 2021 Carnegie Fellow Susan Stokes, University of Chicago

The Andrew Carnegie Fellows Program recognizes an exceptional group of both established and emerging scholars, journalists, and authors with the goal of strengthening U.S. democracy, driving technological and cultural creativity, exploring global connections and global […]

APSA

Introducing the APSA 2021 Council Nominees

We are pleased to introduce the APSA Nominating Committee 2021 slate of nominees for the APSA Council. Each has agreed to serve if elected. These candidates will be put to a vote by the full […]

APSA Educate

Strategies for Success in the Online Political Science Classroom

The complete recorded two-part webinar free of charge via educate.apsanet.org/webinar. What follows is a brief recap highlighting some items discussed. Strategies for Success in the Online Political Science Classroom Watch the webinar here by Bennett […]

Journals

My Group or Myself? How Black, Latino, and White Americans Choose a Neighborhood, Job, and Candidate when Personal and Group Interest Diverge

My Group or Myself? How Black, Latino, and White Americans Choose a Neighborhood, Job, and Candidate when Personal and Group Interest Diverge By Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University, Spencer Piston, Boston University and Vesla Mae Weaver, […]

Journals

Ethics, Epistemology, and Openness in Research with Human Participants

Ethics, Epistemology, and Openness in Research with Human Participants By Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University and Elisabeth Jean Wood, Yale University The political science discipline has recently engaged in contentious debate about the value of “research […]