In 2015, the APSA Diversity and Inclusion Programs Office circulated a call for syllabi that addressed diversity and inclusion related themes. The following is a list of syllabi that were submitted by political scientist faculty. This list is not yet complete, as more titles will be added in the coming weeks. Stay tuned. Please send any questions to email@example.com.
- Civic Advocacy, Participatory Democracy & Grassroots Politics, Professor Sekou Franklin, Middle Tennessee State University
- Gender, Race and US Politics, Professor Kira Sanbonmatsu, Rutgers University
- The Politics of Exile, Asylum, and Diaspora, Professor Barbara Franz
- The Politics of Race, Gender and Class, Professor Stephen Maynard Caliendo
- Race and Politics in the Americas, Professor Tony Affigne, Providence College
- Social Media, Rebellion and the Power of the Youth, Professor Tony Affigne, Providence College
- Urban Politics in the United States, Professor Tony Affigne, Providence College
- Women and American Politics, Professor Kira Sanbonmatsu,Rutgers University
For additional syllabi, visit the APSA Section on Race, Ethnicity and Politics Syllabi Collection and the APSA Syllabi Project.