Introducing “Parties, Politics, Peace: Electoral Inclusion as Peacebuilding”

by Carrie Manning, Ian O. Smith, Ozlem Tuncel The notion of liberal…


U.S. States are Trying Political Scientist-Approved Voting Reforms. How's It Going?

by Michael A. Smith, Professor of Political Science, Emporia State University…


Reforming the Rhetoricians: Aristotle’s Underhanded Aim in the Rhetoric

By: Michael C. Hawley, University of Houston The following blog post is a…


Toward a Synthesis of Feminist Philosophy of Science and Political Theory

By Kenneth Burke In the dynamic environment of modern political science, a…


Dangerous Logic of Ambitions: Autocrats’ Quest for Historical Immortality

by Daria Blinova, PhD student, Department of Political Science and…


Direct Election and Senate Representation

By: Gabriel Foy-Sutherland, University of Chicago; Daniel J. Moskowitz,…


What’s the Matter with Thomas Frank?

by Michael A. Smith, Professor of Political Science, Emporia State University…


The Erosion of the Nuclear Taboo in Contemporary Global Discourse

by Daria Blinova, PhD student, Department of Political Science and…


Fighting to Preserve the College Experience

by Michael A. Smith, Professor of Political Science, Emporia State University…


The Challenges of Measuring Lethal Violence in Central America. An Interview with Laura Blume.

By Juan Corredor-Garcia, PhD student in political science at the Graduate…