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Proposal for a New “Civic Engagement” Organized Section
of the American Political Science Association
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We, the undersigned, propose the creation of an organized APSA Section on “Civic Engagement.” APSA has been dedicated to civics education and the task of stimulating civic engagement since its inception in 1903. In pursuit of that aim, the organization has undertaken various civic engagement-related initiatives, sponsored conferences, and facilitated publications on teaching civic engagement. However, what has been missing has been an organized section where political scientists who specialize in teaching and/or research in civic engagement can coordinate and further the development of this field. We believe a section would serve to support, publish, and recognize research on civic engagement. In addition, it would help promote the pedagogy of civic engagement, an aim that is particularly crucial in the development of a civil society.
Our purposes include:
Promote the teaching of and scholarship in civic engagement through sponsorship of civics education and civic research panels and/or short courses. Some of these panels could be co-sponsored with other sections such as Political Science Education; Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior; Political Communication; Political Organizations and Parties; and so on.
Recognize quality scholarship and teaching innovation in civic engagement through annual awards.
Facilitate the development of faculty in this field through mentoring.
Publicize new research and share pedagogical experiences through a newsletter and/or journal.
The Civic Engagement Section would serve as an institutional home for a diverse, growing, and important group of scholars. It would create new opportunities to showcase the best new research at APSA’s annual meeting, promote subfield collaboration, and serve as a focal point for coordinating the various projects being undertaken by civic engagement scholars. Indeed, we welcome scholars working with diverse methodological backgrounds and in diverse institutional settings including research intensive universities, teaching intensive colleges and universities, HBSUs and HSIs, community colleges, and in the nonprofit sector.
Sign the Petition
If you are a current member of APSA, please indicate your support for the formation of a Civic Engagement Section by going here (embed to weblink address) and adding your signature. We need at least 200 APSA members signing the petition to qualify as a new section.
Please note that your support will only be considered as valid by APSA if you are currently an APSA member. Support from scholars who are not APSA members will not count towards the mandatory number of signatures necessary for the formation of an APSA section.
Thanks for your support and please feel free to send this petition to other APSA members who might be willing to support the creation of this new section.
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Peter LevineElizabeth BennionRichard Davis
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Tufts Univerisity
Indiana University -- South Bend
BYU
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NameInstitutionE-mail AddressCurrent member of APSA (check if yes)
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Elizabeth BennionIndiana University South Bendebennion@iu.eduYes
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Richard DavisBYUrichard_davis@byu.eduYes
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Peter LevineTuftspeter.levine@tufts.eduYes
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Leticia BodeGeorgetown lb871@georgetown.eduYes
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Philip DaltonHofstra Universitysphpdd@hofstra.eduYes
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David CampbellUniversity of Notre Damedave_campbell@nd.eduYes
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Stephen UtychBoise State University
stephenutych@boisestate.edu
Yes
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James M. SmithIndiana University South Bendjms21@iusb.eduYes
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Janet M. Box-SteffensmeierOhio State University
box-steffensmeier.1@osu.eduYes
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John GastilPenn State Universityjgastil@psu.eduYes
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Stella RouseUniversity of Marylandsrouse@umd.eduYes
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Deborah SchildkrautTufts University
deborah.schildkraut@tufts.edu
Yes
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Melissa DeckmanWashington Collegemdeckman2@washcoll.eduYes
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Steve LemKutztown University lem@kutztown.eduYes
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Heather Evans
University of Virginia's College at Wise
heatherkevans@uvawise.eduNo
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Morris FiorinaStanford Universitymfiorina@stanford.eduyes
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Elizabeth MattoRutgers Universityematto@eagleton.rutgers.eduYes
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Molly AndolinaDePaul Universitymandolin@depaul.eduNo
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Ben EpsteinDePaul Universitybepstein@depaul.edu
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Diana OwenGeorgetown Universityowend@georgetown.eduYes
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Lori Poloni-StaudingerNorthern Arizona University
Lori.Poloni-Staudinger@nau.edu
Yes
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WThe University of Findlaypostic@findlay.eduYes
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Carah Ong WhaleyJames Madison Universitywhaleycl@jmu.eduyes
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Nina KasniunasGoucher Collegenina.kasniunas@goucher.eduYes
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Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan
University of South Florida St. Petersburg
jsm2@usfsp.eduyes
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R. Claire Snyder-HallSnyder-Hall Consulting
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Kelly ClancyNebraska Wesleyan Universitykclancy@nebrwesleyan.eduyes
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Dari Sylvester TranUniversity of the Pacific Dtran1@pacific.eduYes
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Thessalia MerivakiMississippi State University
lia.merivaki@pspa.msstate.edu
Yes
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Austin TranthamJacksonville Universityatranth@ju.eduYes
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Lauren CopelandBaldwin Wallace University
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Michael CrespinUniversity of Oklahomacrespin@ou.eduYes
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Eric van der VortSyracuse UniversityMarquette UniversityYes
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Jaclyn KettlerBoise State Universityjaclynkettler@boisestate.eduYes
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Leah MurrayWeber State Universitylmurray@weber.eduYes
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Scott PetersUniversity of Northern Iowascott.peters@uni.eduYes
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Amber Wichowsky
amber.wichowsky@marquette.edu
Yes
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Melissa R. MichelsonMenlo College
melissa.michelson@menlo.edu
Yes
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Lisa ArgyleBrigham Young Universitylisa_argyle@byu.edu
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Adam DynesBrigham Young Universityadamdynes@byu.eduYes
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David RedlawskUniversity of Delawareredlawsk@udel.eduyes
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Ken Moffett
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
kmoffet@siue.eduYes
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Connie Jorgensen
Piedmont Virginia Community College
cjorgensen@pvcc.edu
yes
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Brendan NyhanDartmouth Collegenyhan@dartmouth.eduyes
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John ForrenMiami Universityforrenjp@miamioh.eduyes
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David KarpfGeorge Washington Universitydkarpf@gwu.eduyes
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Ashley NickelsKent State Universityanickel5@kent.eduyes
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Bernard FragaIndiana University bfraga@indiana.eduyes
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Mirya HolmanTulane Universitymholman@tulane.edu
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Aubree Herrinaubree-herrin@uiowa.eduyes
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Ashley MuddimanUniversity of Kansasashley.muddiman@ku.eduyes
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Regina LawrenceUniversity of Oregonrgl@uoregon.edu
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Shelly Arsneault
California State University, Fullerton
Sarsneault@fullerton.eduyes
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J. Michael DedmonSyracuse Universityjmdedmon@syr.eduyes
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Amanda B. EdgellUniversity of Gothenburgamanda.edgell@gu.seyes
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Darrell A. HamlinFort Hays State Universitydahamlin@fhsu.eduyes
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Katherine M. RobiadekBoston Universityrobiadek@bu.eduyes
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Adam LevineCornell UniversityASL22@cornell.edu
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Emilia PalonenUniversity of Helsinkiemilia.palonen@helsinki.fi
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Michael IlluzziLesley Universitymilluzzi@lesley.edu
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Jennifer JensenLehigh Universityjjensen@lehigh.edu
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Nathan Kar Ming ChanUniversity of California, Irvinenkchan@uci.edu
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Amy GossettLincoln University of MOgossetta@lincolnu.edu
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Stephanie ThurstonPrinceton Theological Seminary
stephanie.thurston@ptsem.edu
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Justin CroweWilliams Collegejec3@williams.eduyes
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Didi KuoStanford Universityjdkuo@stanford.eduyes
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Jeffrey KrausWagner Collegejkraus@wagner.eduyes
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Katy HarrigerWake Forest Universityharriger@wfu.edu
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Charles Stewart IIIMITcstewart@mit.eduYes
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Peter Miller
Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law
peter.miller@nyu.eduYes
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Lilliana Mason
University of Maryland, College Park
lmason@umd.eduYes
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Matt NelsenNorthwestern University
MatthewNelsen2021@u.northwestern.edu
Yes
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Patrick CampbellSkidmore Collegepcampbe1@skidmore.eduYes
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Fatih ErolKoc Universityferol15@ku.edu.tryes
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Jay BarthHendrix CollegeBarth@hendrix.edu
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Brian SchaffnerTufts Universitybrian.schaffner@tufts.eduyes
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Ezra Temko
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
etemko@siue.eduyes
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Jennifer JackmanSalem State Universityjjackman@salemstate.eduyes
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Aaron RosenthalSimmons University
aaron.rosenthal@simmons.edu
yes
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Laura StokerUniversity of California Berkeley
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Maria Inclan
Centro de Investigacion y Docencia Economicas
maria.inclan@cide.edu
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Lauren BellRandolph-Macon Collegelbell@rmc.eduyes
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Robert Y. Shapiro Columbia University rys3@columbia.eduyes
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Daniel BaileyPresbyterian Collegedbbailey@presby.eduyes
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Michelle BelcoUniversity of Houstonmbelco@uh.eduyes
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Lisa Bryant
California State University, Fresno
lbryant@csufresno.eduyes
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Geoff AllenUniversity of Utahgeoff.allen@utah.eduyes
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Kelly D. PattersonBrigham Young Universitykelly_patterson@byu.eduyes
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Jared AbbottHarvard Universityjaredabbott@g.harvard.edu
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George E. MarcusWilliams Collegegmarcus@williams.eduyes
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SZÉKELY ENDREindependent researcherndree123@gmail.com
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Frederick WeilLSU Sociologyfweil@lsu.eduyes
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Aaron StuvlandGeorge Mason Universityastuvlan@gmu.eduYes
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Nakeefa GarayRutgers University - Newarknbernard@newark.rutgers.eduyes
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