The association has published a variety of books and materials during its history, and the association is trying to make those available to members, practitioners, and the public. APSA’s books and materials are available on APSA’s Member Bookshelf for members. For the public and other practitioners, a variety of books and materials are available for purchase or for free download.
The Member Bookshelf is a benefit available to APSA members. Click here for membership access to APSA’s online bookshelf of digital publications.
APSA’s Online Store offers not only books but also print copies of reports, guides, and even humor. Click the options below to browse APSA’s online Store.
APSA offers guides and standards for political science ethics, publishing, and more. Click the links below to browse, download, or purchase materials.
Teaching Civic Engagement across the Disciplines in the Twenty-First Century—edited by Alison Rios Millet McCartney, Elizabeth A. Bennion, Elizabeth Matto, and Dick Simpson—seeks to build upon Teaching Civic Engagement: From Student to Active Citizen (2013) by making significant steps forward in the scholarship of civic engagement education for all disciplines. Published Sept 2017.
APSA highlights recent publications by our members. Each quarter the association publishes a list in PS: Political Science and Politics called Books by Our Readers. Readers are encouraged to submit their titles to be listed. The PS editorial team selects several titles to spotlight in each issue.
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If your first-edition book is scheduled for publication in the three months before publication of the next issue of PS, enter the details of publication in the Books by Members form linked above. As we publish Books by Our Readers, we will update the list on the webpage to spread word of upcoming work and inform our members to new scholarship within the discipline.
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