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Originally established by the APSA Task Force on Civic Education for the Next Century (1966-2000), the CIVED list is for scholars and pracitioners of civic education and civic engagement.
Sponsored by the Information Technology and Politics Organized Section, the list is intended to facilitate an ongoing discussion of new research and developments in information technology and politics.
H-AfrPol encourages scholarly discussion of African political history.
H-Citizenship promotes interdisciplinary research and intellectual exchange about citizenship within a global community of scholars; students; political, community and business leaders; and the general public. In particular, H-Citizenship encourages analysis of the relationship between citizens and the political, social, economic, and cultural communities of which they are a part. Toward these ends, H-Citizenship will foster the study of citizenship as an interdisciplinary academic field and establish a forum to stimulate and shape public discourse about citizenship.
Sponsored by the Computers and Mulitmedia Organized Section, the list deals with issues of interest to professional political scientists, both researchers and teachers.
Sponsored by the Computers and Mulitmedia Organized Section, the list is dedicated to the discussion of issues regarding political science teaching in post-secondary settings. It is a forum to discuss the role of political science teaching within the larger framework of liberal learning, to examine current trends in higher education (e.g., distance learning, service learning, integration of new technologies, assessment, outcome- based evaluation, and declining enrollment in political science courses), to share information about the latest teaching innovations, especially those related to technology and experiential education, and to promote exemplary teaching within the political science discipline.
H-POL encourages scholarly discussion of American political history. H-POL's online editor and editorial board serve a broad intellectual community.
The H-PolMeth discussion network is intended to provide a forum for discussion of political methodology and topics of interest to the members of the Political Methodology Organized Section of the American Political Science Association. It is used for announcements of conferences, to circulate abstracts, and to discuss issues relating to political methodology.
H-URBAN is a moderated, multi-disciplinary forum for discussion and dissemination of scholarship on urban history and urban studies.
LATINO-C is a discussion list sponsored by the Latino Caucus of the American Political Science Association. The list exists to facilitate communication among political scientists and other scholars who share an interest in issues of importance and interest to the Latino community.
Sponsored by the Organized Section on Race, Ethnicity and Politics, the list exists to facilitate communication among political scientists and other scholars who share an interest in race, ethnicity, and political power.
Sponsored by the Law and Courts Organized Section, the list is designed to promote discussion and the exchange of information among scholars interested in the study of law and courts.
NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sponsored by the New Political Science Organized Section, the list is intended to provide a forum for discussing the business of the section, its journal, New Political Science, and other items of interest to progressive political scientists.
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