American Political Science Review

Taking the Temperature of the Global Crisis in Democracy

This piece, written by Adam B. Lerner, covers Christopher Claassen’s, University of Glasgow, new article, In the Mood for Democracy? Democratic Support as Thermostatic Opinion  What explains the ‘crisis in democracy’ sweeping across the Western world? […]

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Meet 2020 APSR Editor, Valeria Sinclair-Chapman of Purdue University

Valeria Sinclair-Chapman is Associate Professor of Political Science at Purdue University. Her research focuses on American political institutions, legislative politics, minority representation in Congress, and minority political participation, examining why and how previously marginalized groups gain […]

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Meet 2020 APSR Editor, Sharon Wright Austin of University of Florida

Sharon Wright Austin is Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida. Her research focuses on African-American women’s political behavior, African-American mayoral elections, rural African-American political activism, and African-American political behavior. She is the author […]

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Meet 2020 APSR Editor, Michelle L. Dion of McMaster University

Michelle L. Dion is Associate Professor of Political Science and founding Director of the Centre for Research in Empirical Social Sciences at McMaster University (Canada). Her research examines the political economy of social policy; sexuality, […]