APSA Journals
APSA publishes four leading peer-reviewed political science journals. Members have access to the American Political Science Review, Perspectives on Politics, PS: Political Science & Politics, and Journal of Political Science Education.


American Political Science Review

Twitter: @apsrjournal Publishes in February, May, August, and November.

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Perspectives on Politics

Twitter: @PoPpublicsphere Publishes in March, June, September, and December.

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PS: Political Science and Politics

Twitter: @ps_polisci Publishes in January, April, July, and October.


Journal of Political Science Education

Twitter: @JPSE_Editors Publishes in January, April, July, and October

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Submit a Call to APSA
We welcome calls for submissions for journal papers and articles, books and book chapters, and calls for editors. Submit your information to APSA. Call for papers, authors and submissions.
Political Science Today

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Political Science Today  is a new member magazine of the American Political Science Association. The magazine includes news about the discipline, member spotlights, association updates, and other content previously featured in PS: Political Science & Politics.

Author Name Change Policy

APSA and Cambridge Univeristy Press are committed to inclusive and equitable policies and practices and to working with all authors who wish to update their name on articles hosted on Cambridge Core. Authors should contact name.change@cambridge.org in order to do this.

Have questions? Send your questions to publications@apsanet.org for further assistance or see publications frequently asked questions.

APSA Organized Section Journals

About APSA Organized Sections

Several APSA Organized Sections own, sponsor or are affiliated with other political science journals. Subscriptions to these journals are included as a part of the associated organized section's membership benefits.

Sections help encourage the study of political science. They have become a vital part of the Association by sponsoring panels at the Annual Meeting, producing informative newsletters, and recognizing scholarly achievements of their members. See all APSA Organized Sections.

Style Manual For Political Science

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For years, APSA has published its Style Manual for Political Science. The first iterations of the manual were predicated on the writing style used in the association’s first journal, the American Political Science Review. Those iterations outlined processes and procedures for preparing and submitting manuscripts to APSR under several different editors including: G. Bingham Powell Jr. (1992– 96), Ada Finifter (1996–2001), and Lee Sigelman (2002–2006). The 2018 revision broadens the scope of the manual, by including style requirements for all four APSA membership-wide academic journals: American Political Science Review (APSR), PS: Political Science & Politics (PS), Perspectives on Politics (PoP), and the Journal of Political Science Education (JPSE), as well as 24 APSA organized section journals.

The 2018 revision also embraces a decade’s worth of changes to the academic publishing world. A few of these changes include: manuscript tracking systems, online-only publications, open-access journals, social media, active-citation techniques, data archives, government research funding requirements, and more. The manual remains the standard style guide in the discipline upon which students, junior faculty members, and well-established scholars authoring manuscripts, as well as editors, copyeditors, and proofreaders, can rely. While this manual can and should be used as an umbrella guide, authors are responsible for reviewing and following the specific requirements laid out by each journal prior to submission. Individual style requirements for each journal can be found on the APSA website: www.apsanet.org/journals.
Books and Brochures
APSA has published a variety of books, brochures, guides, and other materials and would like to offer them to members, practitioners, and the public. 

Member Newsletter
Being an APSA member provides you access to the monthly all-member newsletter which highlights current opportunities and resources in the political science profession within APSA programs, events, and our annual conference. Want to advertise your organization or resources to leading and upcoming political science professionals and scholars? Contact APSA Communications for pricing details, deals and other ad placement opportunities! 
PSNow Journal Highlights

How Wars Shape Imagined Sovereignty

Monday, June 5, 2023

In the APSA Public Scholarship Program, graduate students in political science produce summaries of new research in the American Political Science Review. This piece, written by Karra McCray, covers the new article by Melissa Lee, [...]

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The Case of the NLRA

Monday, June 5, 2023

The Supreme Court as an Agent of Policy Drift: The Case of the NLRA By Warren Snead, Northwestern University Scholars have made important advances in explaining policy drift, uncovering the prevalence of drift in veto-riddled [...]

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American Political Science Review

Friday, June 2, 2023

The American Political Science Association (APSA) invites applications for the editorship of American Political Science Review, with a term beginning on June 1, 2024.  APSR is one of the Association’s three flagship journals and, now [...]

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Friday, June 2, 2023

The German Trade Shock and the Rise of the Neo-Welfare State in Early Twentieth-Century Britain By Kenneth Scheve, Yale University, and Theo Serlin, Stanford University We study the international origins of the neo-welfare state in [...]

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