August 9 to August 16, 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 Weeks in Writing
Recent blogs and op-eds authored by APSA members
- Do Work Requirements for Federal Assistance Help People Escape Poverty? No. Here’s What Really Happens. Sanford Schram, Richard Fording and Joss Soss, Monkey Cage, August 13, 2018
- What Black Lives Matter Can Learn from the 1960s Struggle for Civil Rights, Dewey M. Clayton, LSE USA Blog, August 13, 2018
- The Unconstrained Presidency, James Goldgeier and Elizabeth N. Saunders, Foreign Affairs, August 15, 2018
- Gender Neutrality in All-Female (or All-Male) Contests is a Myth, Kelly Dittmar, Gender Watch 2018, August 16, 2018
Speaking Up: Political Scientists in the Media
Interviews, quotes, and podcasts featuring APSA members
- Driving While Black, What’s in the Data? By Dana Terry and Frank Stasio, featuring Frank R. Baumgartner, WUNC Radio, August 9, 2018
- Is it Time to Rethink Voting in Massachusetts? By Paris Alston and Evan Horowitz, featuring Erin O’Brien and Jerold Duquette, August 13, 2018
- Post-Primary Picture Still Unclear, Says KU Political Scientist,
By Nick Gosnell, featuring Patrick Miller, WIB News Now, August 15, 2018
- What the Primary Results Tell Us About Midterms [Audio] By Kerri Miller, featuring David Schultz, Dianne Bystrom, Kathleen Uradnik, and Philip Chen, Minnesota Public Radio, August 15, 2018
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