Anita Isaacs

Career Encounters: Anita Issacs

Anita Isaacs joined the Haverford political science department in 1988. Before coming to Haverford, she worked as a program officer for the Ford Foundation funding initiatives relating to international affairs, governance and human rights in […]


APSA Trick-or-Read Open House

APSA looks forward to opening its doors for the fall “Trick-or-Read” on Tuesday, October 27. This festive event—now in its third year—welcomes local graduate students to APSA’s headquarters, located in a historic brownstone in Dupont […]


APSA Statement on Campus Carry

The American Political Science Association is deeply concerned about the impact of Texas’s new Campus Carry law on freedom of expression in Texas universities. The law, which was passed earlier this year and takes effect […]

View Bunche Award

Video: 2015 Ralph J. Bunche Award

The Ralph Bunche Award is given for the best scholarly work in political science that explores the phenomenon of ethnic and cultural pluralism. The Recipient is Megan Ming Francis, University of Washington for Civil Rights […]