Submissions from 2013

A Hidden Curriculum? Examining the Gender Content in Introductory-Level Political Science Textbooks, E. C. Cassese and Angela L. Bos

Submissions from 2012


New Research on Gender in Political Psychology, Angela L. Bos, E. C. Cassese, L. E. Duncan, J. S. Greenlee, R. J. Hannagan, and M. C. Schneider

The Effects of HDTV on Perceptions of Obama and Mccain in a 2008 Presidential Debate, Angela L. Bos, Bas W. van Doorn, and A. C. Smanik


Integrating Gender into the Political Science Core Curriculum, E. C. Cassese, Angela L. Bos, and L. E. Duncan

J'Accuse! Does Naming and Shaming Perpetrators Reduce the Severity of Genocides or Politicides?, Matthew Krain

Submissions from 2011

Out of Control: Delegates' Information Sources and Perceptions of Female Candidates, Angela L. Bos

Working with Harold Guetzkow: Reflections from a Last Link in the Chain, Kent J. Kille

Irrational Exuberance? The 2010 Npt Review Conference, Nuclear Assistance, and Norm Change, Jeffrey S. Lantis

Redefining the Nonproliferation Norm? Australian Uranium, the Npt, and the Global Nuclear Revival, Jeffrey S. Lantis

Continuity or Change? The Strategic Culture of Australia, Jeffrey S. Lantis and Andrew Charlton

An Exploration of the Content of Stereotypes of Black Politicians, M. C. Schneider and Angela L. Bos

Submissions from 2010

Secretary-General Leadership Across the United Nations and Nato: Kofi Annan, Javier Solana, and Operation Allied Force, Kent J. Kille and R. C. Hendrickson

The Effects of Different Types of Case Learning on Student Engagement, Matthew Krain