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Prepping for the Spring Term with APSA Educate

Bennett Grubbs, APSA Educate, Editor  For faculty and graduate students teaching this term, January provides a window to update or design your new course. You might be looking for readings to add to your syllabus, new […]

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Resource of the Week: African American Politics Syllabi & Assignments

African American Politics Syllabi & Assignments by Sherri L. Wallace, University of Louisville This course examines the relationship between African Americans race history and the American political system via political behavior research: political socialization, organization, […]

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Civic Education: Information Evaluation, Political Deliberation and Critical Thinking at a Federal Courthouse

Civic Education: Information Evaluation, Political Deliberation and Critical Thinking at a Federal Courthouse by Nattawan Junboonta, Doctoral Candidate, Rutgers University This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Spring 2019 issue. In recent years, it […]

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Educate Editor’s Review: How Political Science is Teaching the 2020 Election’s Aftermath

by Bennett Grubbs  Amid a tumultuous election season and presidential transition, political science faculty face unique challenges in the classroom. How are faculty organizing their post-election classes? What materials are best-suited to help undergraduates understand […]

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Resource of the Week: Graduate Identity Politics Syllabus

Graduate Identity Politics Syllabus by Hakeem Jefferson Whether one considers the partisan and electoral choices citizens make or the judgments citizens render in response to officer-involved shootings or other salient social and political events, the […]