Annual Conference

Theme Panel: Opposition Strategies to Overcome Autocratization in Polarized Democracies

Opposition Strategies to Overcome Autocratization in Polarized Democracies Virtual Roundtable Participants: (Chair) Jennifer McCoy, Georgia State University; (Presenter) Laura Gamboa, University of Utah; (Presenter) Tom Ginsburg, University of Chicago; (Presenter) Melis Gulboy Laebens, Yale University; […]

Journals

Collaborative Methodology with Indigenous Communities: A Framework for Addressing Power Inequalities

Collaborative Methodology with Indigenous Communities: A Framework for Addressing Power Inequalities By Mneesha Gellman, Emerson College Collaborative methodology may take a range of forms across many different kinds of research projects. This article explores the […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: Measuring Misperceptions and Misinformed Beliefs

Measuring Misperceptions and Misinformed Beliefs Virtual Created Panel Participants: (Chair) Matthew H Graham, Yale University; (Discussant) Jennifer Jerit, Stony Brook University; (Discussant) Scott Clifford, University of Houston Papers: Reconsidering Political Knowledge and Misinformation Robert C. […]

Journals

Collaborative Methodologies: Why, How, and for Whom?

Collaborative Methodologies: Why, How, and for Whom? By Pamina Firchow, Brandeis University & Mneesha Gellman, Emerson College What does it mean to collaborate with people affected by issues of interest to social science researchers? How […]

Diversity Fellowship Program

Meet DFP Spring Fellow, Amara Galileo, University of Delaware

The APSA Diversity Fellows Program (DFP) is a fellowship competition for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds applying to or in the early stages of doctoral programs in political science. The DFP was established in 1969 (originally […]