Public Scholarship Program

When Might Collective Suffering Lead to Reduced Empathy?

This piece, written by Nandini Dey, covers Anselm Hager, Krzysztof Krakowski, and Max Schaub’s new article “Ethnic Riots and Prosocial Behavior: Evidence from Kyrgyzstan.” The effects of trauma are betrayed in multiple ways. The Hondurans […]

Public Scholarship Program

Call for Applications: The APSA Public Scholarship Program

APSA is accepting applications to join the second cohort of the Public Scholarship Program fellows. This program offers remote part-time fellowships that introduces political science graduate students to the intellectual and practical aspects of presenting academic […]

American Political Science Review

A Roundtable on Cathy Cohen’s Boundaries of Blackness at 20

This year, participants in APSA’s Public Scholarship Program attended the APSA Annual Meeting and wrote reflections on the panels they attended. In this piece, Maryann Kwakwa writes about the roundtable “Cathy Cohen’s ‘The Boundaries of […]

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? […]