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Using science fiction and creative writing in a political science classroom

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Moulton ( jeremy.moulton@york.ac.uk ) Aside from reading the odd political thriller novel, for many the link between creative writing and political science will seem like a tenuous one.

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Emeritus Professor of Political Science, Robert Seddig, Passed Away

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Professor Seddig was a long-time political science faculty member at Allegheny College. Seddig was a political science professor for 45 years at Allegheny College and retired in 2012. His colleagues in the Political Science Department also note that his passion for justice and equity ran through his academic work.

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Three Political Science Professors Named 2024 Guggenheim Fellows of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation

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Website: jessicapisano.net | Twitter/X: @JessicaPisano6 The post Three Political Science Professors Named 2024 Guggenheim Fellows of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation appeared first on.

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De Gruyter and American Political Science Association (APSA) Sign Partnership Agreement

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PRESS RELEASE De Gruyter and American Political Science Association (APSA) Announces Partnership Agreement on New Political Science Professional Development Book Series WASHINGTON D.C. We are proud to publish these new Book Series together with the American Political Science Association.

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Is Political Science (Still) Ignoring Religion? An Analysis of Journal Publications, 2011–2020

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Is Political Science (Still) Ignoring Religion? An Analysis of Journal Publications, 2011–2020 By Steven Kettell , University of Warwick Political scientists involved in the study of religion have expressed concerns that religious themes have yet to be fully integrated into the mainstream of the discipline.

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Short Reviews of Harvey, Fielder and Gibb (2022): “Simulations in the Political Science Classroom” and Nguyen (2020): “Games: Agency as Art”

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Political Science Educator: volume 27, issue 1 Reviews Harvey, Mark, James Fielder, and Ryan Gibb (Eds.). Simulations in the Political Science Classroom: Games without Frontiers. Taylor & Francis.

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Political Science Scholar, Janelle Wong, Elected to the Academy of Political and Social Science 2024 Fellowship

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Congratulations to Janelle Wong, Professor, American Studies, Director Asian American Studies Program, University of Maryland Janelle Wong received her PhD from the Department of Political Science at Yale University. She is Professor of American Studies at the University of Maryland.