Public Approval, Policy Issues, and Partisanship in the American Presidency: Examining the 2019–2020 Trump Impeachment and Acquittal By Meena Bose and Craig M. Burnett, Hofstra University Although much of the United States undoubtedly was aware […]
Political Mobilization in 21st Century Cities: Resistance, Reform, Renewal Jeffrey Paller Full Day, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Palais des congrés de Montréal, 512B The world faces an affordable housing crisis that threatens the lives […]
Political Science at the NSF: The Politics of Knowledge Production By Tamir Moustafa, Simon Fraser University The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently replaced its long-standing Political Science Program with two new programs: the Security and […]
McClain Taskforce on Systemic Inequality in the Discipline: Creating and Enacting your Department’s Plan for Equity More information coming soon. View more 2022 Short Courses Register for the APSA Annual Meeting.
Social Groups as the Source of Political Belief Systems: Fresh Evidence on an Old Theory By Elizabeth Mitchell Elder, Princeton University and Neil A. O’Brian, University of Oregon We present novel evidence that attitudes toward […]
Perceptions of Academic Departmental Climate by Men and Women and the Effects of Such Perceptions on Research Productivity By Kim Quaile Hill and Patricia Ann Hurley, Texas A&M University We demonstrate how men and women […]
Networking 101 for Graduate Students: Building a Bigger Table By Seo-Young Silvia Kim, American University, Hannah Lebovits, University of Texas–Arlington, and Sarah Shugars, New York University Although the importance of networking often is emphasized to […]
The APSA Committee on the Status of Latinos y Latinas in the Profession is now accepting nominations for the Adaljiza Sosa-Riddell Mentoring Award. Named in honor of the first Latina to earn a PhD in political science, Adaljiza […]