People

S. M. Lipset and the Fragility of Democracy

by Mildred A. Schwartz Oxford University Press’s Academic Insights for the Thinking World Seymour Martin Lipset passed away eleven years ago. If he had lived, he would have celebrated his 95th birthday on 18 March. […]

People

The Nine Dots Prize Now Accepting Applications

The Nine Dots Prize is now accepting application entries for the inaugural year. We spoke briefly with Jennifer Wright, the University Publishing Manager at Cambridge University Press, about the impact of the Nine Dots Prize […]

2016 Elections

Yes, But Did They Learn Anything? An Experimental Investigation of Voter Decision Making on Foreign Policy Issues

Yes, But Did They Learn Anything? An Experimental Investigation of Voter Decision Making on Foreign Policy Issues Jacqueline M. Sievert, (@jm_sievert), Bowling Green State University Michael K. McDonald, Western Carolina University Charles J. Fagan, Western Carolina University […]

APSA

Race and Class Inequality in Local Politics

Chapter 11: Race and Class Inequality in Local Politics Zoltan L. Hajnal, University of California, San Diego Jessica L. Trounstine, University of California, Merced This chapter assesses the effect of race and class divisions on […]

Annual Conference

Career Profile: Irene S. Wu

Political scientists pursue wide-ranging and diverse career paths. This interview series, developed by the APSA Professional Development Program, highlights the many different ways political scientists carry their skills and expertise into the workforce. For more […]