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  Cyril Ghosh is Vice President of NYSPSA and an Assistant Professor at Wagner College where he teaches courses in American government, political theory, and immigration. His research specializations include identity politics/multiculturalism, gender & sexuality, and citizenship & immigration. Although we live in a period of unprecedented globalization and mass......(Read More)

Dissolving Village Government in New York State

Lisa K. Parshall is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Daemen College in Amherst, New York, specializing in American Politics, Public Law, and Public Policy. She has served as an officer for the New York State and Northeastern Political Science Associations, as an Advisor for Vote Smart, and is......(Read More)

Masters Programme European Studies Johannes Gutenberg University

The Department of Political Science at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (Germany) offers the trinational MA “European Studies” together with the Department of Political Science of the Uniwersytet Opolski (Opole/Poland) and the Faculty for Law and Political Science of the Université de Bourgogne (Dijon/France). The consecutive 4-semester MA programme is certified in all......(Read More)

A Forum for Local Government Researchers, Practitioners, and Policymakers

The Rockefeller Institute of Government is seeking proposals for presentations of in-progress work for this one-day gathering of researchers, practitioners, and policymakers.  In-progress work can include empirical, applied, and case-study research as well as innovative project work involving one or more local governments, school districts, or other special-purpose governments. This event......(Read More)

Seeking Chapter Author for New York Third Parties

Richard Davis, of Brigham Young University, is editing a volume on the role of third parties in American politics and is seeking an author for a chapter on New York’s third parties. The Chapter should be about 8,000 words, and include historical background on the party, the political and party......(Read More)

Call for Papers Afro-Americans in New York Life and History

Call for Papers Afro-Americans in New York Life and History January 2019 Issue Submission Deadline: October 30, 2018...(Read More)

Assistant Professor of Politics and International Relations

The Department of Politics and International Relations at Messiah College invites applications for a term-tenure track position in International Relations and Comparative Politics....(Read More)

Call for Papers: Administrative Theory & Praxis

We are seeking submissions on ​gender, sex, gender identity and/or expression, sexual identity, and/or sexual orientation and administration.  Submissions from across various fields including, political science, public administration, policy, sociology, and gender and sexuality studies are ​all ​welcomed.  Please submit 500-word proposals​ by December 1, 2017.  Authors will be notified of decision to participate by January......(Read More)

SSRC Negotiating Agreement in Congress Research Grants

Overview Processes of negotiating agreement in Congress are under great stress, yet we know very little about the mechanisms, challenges, and remedies for this problem. Building on the Anxieties of Democracy program’s current work and the Social Science Research Council’s commitment to forging scholarly interactions across disciplines on critical present-day......(Read More)

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