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The American Political Science Association (APSA) is the the leading professional organization for the study of political science.
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Meet Bann Seng Tan, First Generation Scholar in the Profession
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Applications due today! We want to hear from you! APSA invites you to submit a 2018 Election Reflection! Election reflections are scholarly reflections, original research notes, and classroom exercises.
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What may we hope for in politics? Michael Lamb recovers Augustine’s virtue of hope to resist presumption & despair.
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APSA Nov 15
The 2019-2020 APSA Minority Fellows Program Application due today! Applicants for must be undergrad seniors, recent grads or other individuals in the process of applying for PhD programs in .
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APSA Nov 15
This paper shows that remittance payments produce a form political dependency, where economic events abroad shape political outcomes at home.
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APSA Nov 14
The offers thirteen grants to assist APSA members with the costs of research. With a single application, you can apply for support from all of our Centennial Center Funds. Apply now! Applications are due Dec. 15th!
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Join us for the 6th Annual National Undergraduate Student Research Conference in DC from February 15-17, 2019. The event brings together 200 members to present their research and more. Deadline for proposals is December 1.
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APSA Nov 14
Diversity effects cannot be estimated in most contexts due to overlap with effects of disadvantaged group shares.
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APSA Nov 14
Deadline Extended: Apply to the International Teaching and Learning Conference by Monday, Nov. 19! Apply and share:
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APSA Nov 14
Access-seeking PACs lose donors (e.g., employees) with partisan preferences when giving to the opposite party.
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APSA Nov 13
Dan Butler & show politicians’ rhetoric doesn’t change citizen priorities & can discourage political action
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APSA Nov 13
We want to hear from you! APSA invites you to submit a 2018 Election Reflection! Election reflections are scholarly reflections, original research notes, and classroom exercises. All submissions are due Thursday!
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APSA Nov 13
APSA Minority Fellowship Program Spring Applications Due November 15 – Meet MFP Fellow Giovanni Castro
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APSA Nov 12
The Differential Effects of Economic Conditions and Racial Attitudes in the Election of Donald Trump
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APSA Nov 12
Meet Mario Guerrero, 2018 First Generation Scholar in the Profession
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APSA Nov 9
Press Gallery: APSA members in the media
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APSA Nov 9
The Trump Presidency and American Democracy: A Historical and Comparative Analysis
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APSA Nov 9
Proposal submissions are open until Tuesday, January 14th for the 115th APSA Annual Meeting & Exhibition in Washington, DC, August 29 – September 1, on “Populism and Privilege.” Submit your papers now!
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APSA Nov 8
The 2019-2020 APSA Minority Fellows Program Application, Fall Cycle is open! Deadline for applications is November 15th! Applicants for must be undergrad seniors, recent grads or other individuals in the process of applying for PhD programs in .
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APSA Nov 8
In a new paper , , and Jacob Shapiro show how internal conflict shapes local tax performance in Colombia.
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