APSA

Introducing Political Science Today

This February, APSA is pleased to announce the release of Political Science Today, a new member magazine available in print and online. Political Science Today features association updates, member spotlights, in memoriams, public scholarship, and […]

APSA Programs

How History Shapes Support for the European Union

In the APSA Public Scholarship Program, graduate students in political science produce summaries of new research in the American Political Science Review. This piece, written by Lizzie Martin, covers the new article by Kai Gehring, […]

Journals

The “American DREAM”: Understanding White Americans’ Support for the DREAM Act and Punitive Immigration Policies

The “American DREAM”: Understanding White Americans’ Support for the DREAM Act and Punitive Immigration Policies By Yalidy Matos, Rutgers University, New Brunswick The American public has overwhelmingly supported the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien […]

Journals

Three Models of Democratic Expertise

Three Models of Democratic Expertise By Alfred Moore, University of Cambridge How can expertise best be integrated within democratic systems? And how can such systems best enable lay judgment of expert claims? These questions are […]

Journals

The Myth of Global Populism

The Myth of Global Populism By David Art, Tufts University, Massachusetts The “rise of global populism” has become a primary metanarrative for the previous decade in advanced industrial democracies, but I argue that it is […]