Academics can experience isolation in many ways. Some sources of isolation, like the under representation of marginalized groups or the experience of working in small departments, may be familiar to many. Other forms of isolation have become exacerbated by more recent trends like telecommuting, online teaching, and growth in the ranks of contingent faculty. This special section looks to offer a diversity of views about how isolation occurs in the academic community, how it impacts political science education, and how we may seek to mitigate its impact on our work as instructors.
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