Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Meet Takiyah Harper-Shipman, 2022 Advancing Research Grants for Early Career Scholars Recipient

Takiyah Harper-Shipman, Davidson College Project Title: Suturing Racial Capitalism and Reproduction T.D. Harper-Shipman is the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at Davidson College. Her first book, Rethinking Ownership of […]

COVID-19

Confronting the Modern Executive: Four Perspectives

Confronting the Modern Executive: Four Perspectives By Sanford Levinson, University of Texas It is no secret that political power in the United States and elsewhere has, overall, shifted to “the executive” and away from legislatures. […]

COVID-19

COVID-19 and the Paradox of Scientific Advice

COVID-19 and the Paradox of Scientific Advice By Zeynep Pamuk, University of California, San Diego The scientific advisory committee is a neglected political institution whose importance became clear during the COVID-19 pandemic. What I call […]

COVID-19

Government Targeting of Refugees in the Midst of Epidemics

Government Targeting of Refugees in the Midst of Epidemics By Alex Braithwaite, University of Arizona, Michael Frith, University of Oslo, Burcu Savun,  University of Pittsburgh, and Faten Ghosn, University of Arizona We investigate how the […]

American Political Science Review

Member Spotlight: Valeria Sinclair-Chapman, Purdue University

Valeria Sinclair-Chapman, Purdue University Professor, Political Science Faculty; Director, Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion; Co-Editor, American Political Science Review APSA Member since 1991 Valeria Sinclair-Chapman is professor of political science at Purdue University. […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: How Education Does (or Does Not) Create Democratic Citizens

How Education Does (or Does Not) Create Democratic Citizens Co-sponsored by Division 59: Education Politics and Policy Created Panel Participants:  (Discussant) Meira Levinson, Harvard University; (Discussant) Diana M. Owen, Georgetown University Session Description: This panel […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Meet Jasmine Noelle Yarish, 2022 Advancing Research Grants for Early Career Scholars Recipient

Jasmine Noelle Yarish, University of the District of Columbia Project Title: Reconstructing Home: Abolition Democracy, the City, and Black Feminist Political Thought Revisited Dr. Jasmine Noelle Yarish is an Assistant Professor of Political Science in […]