APSA Educate

Part 2: Interview Series: Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political Science Classroom

Dr. Julia Jordan-Zachery, University of North Carolina, Charlotte/incoming Wake Forest University), chair of APSA’s Teaching & Learning Policy committee, answers these questions in three interviews with political science faculty. Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political […]

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The Crowding of Social Isolation: How Personal Relationships Shape Compliance with and Attitudes Towards Social Distancing Policies

The Crowding of Social Isolation: How Personal Relationships Shape Compliance with and Attitudes Towards Social Distancing Policies by Dr. Debra Leiter, University of Missouri-Kansas City The below is a research update from one of APSA’s […]

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

An Organizing Approach to Diversifying Political Science

An Organizing Approach to Diversifying Political Science by Fernando Tormos-Aponte. University of Maryland, Baltimore County The field of Political Science in the US has been largely unable to diversify its faculty ranks over the past […]

First Generation Scholars

Meet Glen Billesbach, 2020 First Generation Scholar in the Profession

Glen Billesbach is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Political Science at the University of Florida where he studies political theory and international relations. His research interests include critical, historical, and theoretical approaches to technology and […]

2020 Elections

What You Should Know about Election and Voter Fraud

What You Should Know about Election and Voter Fraud The purpose of the APSA Election Assistance Task Force is to foster broader knowledge and understanding of non-partisan election assistance, including resources on non-partisan voter mobilization organizations, […]