Organized Section Journals
Several APSA Organized Sections have sponsored journals, or added journal subscriptions to their membership benefits. These section journal opportunities provide access to scholarship across a number of fields and include leading journals like Political Behavior, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Urban Affairs Review, Publius, and Political Analysis.
View a complete list of Organized Section Journals
Each organized section has an online community located on APSA Connect. This community promotes discussion between section members, allows documents to be shared, as well as section wide announcements to easily be made. Section members are able to receive daily notifications when a new message has been posted to their section forums.
Annual Meeting Panels
Organized Sections are responsible for constructing panels at the Annual Meeting based on the submissions they receive from their annual call for proposals. These panels are the basis of the Annual Meeting program.
Online Syllabus Collection
A number of APSA’s organized sections maintain online collections of syllabi related to their area of political science. For any questions about this collection, to report a broken link, or to add a link on behalf of an organized section, please contact [email protected].
Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior
Law and Courts
Political Organizations and Parties
Presidents and Executive Politics
Race, Ethnicity and Politics
Religion and Politics (collection maintained in collaboration with the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, Georgetown University)
“I’ve also worked with others to create a space for migration and citizenship scholars, initially through a working group, then a related group, and then we founded our own Section on Migration and Citizenship. Now the highlights of my APSA meetings include the panels this section creates, as well as its business meetings and fabulous receptions. I served as Section Co-President and then Secretary for a total of four years, which also allowed me to better connect with APSA staff and scholars in other sections and subfields.” – Els de Graauw