APSA has published a variety of books, brochures, guides, and other materials and would like to offer them to members, practitioners, and the public.
Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond
Kevin G. Lorentz II, Daniel J. Mallinson, Julia Marin Hellwege, Davin Phoenix, and J. Cherie Strachan, editors
Strategies for Navigating Graduate School and Beyond is a comprehensive guide which aims to help improve the graduate school experience for everyone involved, whether student or professor.
This extensive compilation contains 69 chapters composed by a total of 153 contributors.
Political Science Internships
Towards Best Practices
Renée Van Vechten, Bobbi Gentry, John Berg, editors
Political Science Internships: Towards Best Practices highlights the most effective processes and recommendations for faculty and internship administrators to use while building or maintaining an internship program.
This guide is a wealth of knowledge for educators and intern managers.
Teaching Civic Engagement Globally
Elizabeth Matto, Alison McCartney, Elizabeth Bennion, editors
In the interest of preventing an apathetic generation of students who find no reason to partake in social or global activism, Teaching Civic Engagement Globally offers a compilation of lesson plans, classroom studies, and suggestions for educators to help teach how and why human beings ought to engage with the issues around them.
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Navigating Political Science
Professional Advancement & Success in the Discipline
Kent Worcester, editor
APSA's 2018 guide to the discipline brings together some of the most noteworthy contributions to APSA journals published over the past couple of decades. Topics range from peer reviewing, mentoring and faculty governance to blogging, data collection, and digital media.
With 28 chapters by 45 contributors, the book is a great resource for both aspiring ABDs and seasoned PhDs.
Style Manual for Political Science
Style Manual for Political Science: Professional Advancement & Success in the Discipline provides guidelines for authors on preparing and writing manuscripts for submission to APSA journals. It includes information on preparation, punctuation, style, parenthetical citations, references, notes, tables and figures, and additional resources.
Teaching Civic Engagement Across the Disciplines Elizabeth C. Matto, Alison Rios Millett Mccartney, Elizabeth A. Bennion, and Dick Simpson, Editors
This book 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.
Teaching Civic Engagement Across the Disciplines evaluates the goals, challenges and rewards of integrating civic education into the curriculum, highlighting best practices across disciplines and campuses.