April 20- April 26, 2018
The APSA Press Gallery is a roundup of recent blogs, op-eds, podcasts, and interviews featuring political scientists. We are always eager to follow our members’ engagement online. Let us know what you are doing or reading with the hashtag #APSAPressGallery, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Week in Writing
Recent blogs and op-eds authored by APSA members
- Inexperienced Candidates are Becoming More Common, But Only in One Party,Sarah Treul and Rachel Porter, Mischiefs of Faction, April 20, 2018
- Starbucks Won’t Have Any Idea Whether its Diversity Training Works,Hakeem Jefferson and Neil Lewis, Jr., Washington Post, April 23, 2018
- Why Does a President Demand Loyalty from People Who Work for Him?,Yu Ouyang, The Conversation, April 23, 2018
- What’s True, and Fake, About the Facebook Effect,Jessica Feezell and Yanna Krupnikov, Behavioral Scientist, April 23, 2018
- If Anyone Can Be American’s First Black Woman Governor, it’s Stacey Abrams,Christina Greer, Daily Beast, April 24, 2018
- A New ‘Resource Curse’ is Fueling Riots Around the World,Renard Sexton, Monkey Cage, April 25, 2018
Speaking Up: Political Scientists in the Media
Interviews, quotes, and podcasts featuring APSA members
- Research Spotlight: Carol Nackenoff and Political Science,By Aidan Reddy, featuring Carol Nackenoff, Daily Swarthmore Gazette, April 23, 2018
- Latin America’s Most Unpopular Presidency Grinds to a Standstill, By Samy Adghirni and Simone Preissler Iglesias, featuring Claudio Goncalves Couto, Bloomberg, April 26, 2018
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