Meet the American Political Science Review (APSR) Editor Search Committee

Meet the APSR Editor Search Committee

  • Melani Cammett, Harvard University (chair)
  • Nadia Brown, Purdue University
  • Joe Carens, University of Toronto
  • Javier Corrales, Amherst College
  • Jamie Druckman, Northwestern University
  • Eric Schickler, University of California, Berkeley
  • Sarah Stroup, Middlebury College

Request for Proposals: Editorship of the American Political Science Review

APSA invites proposals for an editor or group of editors to lead APSR for a four-year term beginning in June 2020. We seek editor(s) with a commitment to publishing articles that represent the methodological and sub-field diversity of the discipline while maintaining the leading role of the journal in publishing cutting-edge empirical and theoretical research in Political Science. In order to make the application feasible for scholars from a wide range of institutions, we are considering the possibility of a dedicated Managing Editor based at APSA headquarters.

Download the request for proposals in PDF form.

We welcome applications from all interested parties and nominations of qualified candidates. We are open to proposals that include innovative individual and institutional collaborations, including diverse teams at a single institution or multiple institutions.  Please direct any questions or nominations to Jon Gurstelle, APSA Publishing Director at or Steven Rathgeb Smith, APSA Executive Director at smithsr@apsanet.orgApplications are due by October 31, 2018 and should be submitted to