Journals

Teaching the Military and Revolutions: Simulating Civil–Military Relations during Mass Uprisings

Teaching the Military and Revolutions: Simulating Civil–Military Relations during Mass Uprisings By Kristen A. Harkness and Marc R. DeVore, University of St. Andrews During revolutions, strategic interactions among civilian policy makers, armed forces, and opposition […]

Journals

“My Teachers Rode with Jesse James,” or Teaching Is Hard: A Political Scientist’s Reflections on Good Teaching

“My Teachers Rode with Jesse James,” or Teaching Is Hard: A Political Scientist’s Reflections on Good Teaching By Michael A. Genovese, Loyola Marymount University This article examines the chief characteristics that make for good or […]

COVID-19

Forced Experimentation: Teaching Civic Engagement Online Amid Covid-19

Forced Experimentation: Teaching Civic Engagement Online Amid Covid-19 By Taiyi Sun, Christopher Newport University Challenges from COVID-19 were especially severe for teaching classes about civic engagement and organizing. Students who were previously instructed to practice […]

COVID-19

When Teaching is Impossible: A Pandemic pedagogy of Care

When Teaching is Impossible: A Pandemic pedagogy of Care By Oumar Ba, Morehouse College I teach at Morehouse College, an all-male, historically Black institution. Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were established to provide opportunities […]