Research in Progress

PROL: Political Research Online

Conferences in the Profession

Much of the research on PROL was presented, or will be presented, at professional conferences like the APSA Annual Meeting and meetings of other international, national, and regional political science organizations.

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conferences in the profession

Political Research Online (PROL) is a repository of papers delivered at professional conferences, and emerging political science scholarship.  PROL  accepts pre-print scholarship and research for review and comment.  It is also a repository for political science papers increasingly available through center and institute web servers and not readily identifiable generally in the field.

Political Research Online is a collaborative project led by the American Political Science Association and a consortium of political science and related associations including the Canadian Political Science Association, International Studies Association, Midwest Political Science Association, New England Political Science Association, Northeastern Political Science Association, Political Studies Association (UK), Southwestern Political Science Association, Southern Political Science Association, Western Political Science Association, National Conference of Black Political Scientists, and American Society for Public Administration.

Find the leading-edge research you need on PROL.  To use PROL to search or post papers online, you need only provide an email address.


Additional Resources

APSA Resources

  • Conference Papers: Set of direct links to APSA Annual Meeting, APSA Teaching and Learning Conference, and other political science conference papers: 

Non-APSA Resources

Links to other sites are provided for information, courtesy, and convenience only. Links to those sites do not imply endorsements of the materials on those sites. Linked sites are not under the control of The American Political Science Association and the Association is not responsible for the material presented on those sites.  Users of these sites are advised to use their own discretion in reviewing material provided by those sites.



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