Presidential Scholars Presenting Latest Research at Largest Gathering of Political Scientists
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Presidential scholars will gather to present their latest research on President Obama and executive politics. Among the range of topics they will discuss are the president's war powers, the lingering effects of Watergate, and the presidential election.
Presidential panel topics are
- Presidential Constructions of Politics
- Evaluating the Obama Presidency
- The 2012 Presidential Election and Beyond
- Executive Control and Bureaucratic Behavior
- Forty Years On: How Watergate Has Affected American Politics
- Representation, Renewal, and the Presidency
- Presidential Influence on Congressional Agenda Setting
- Strategy and Choice in Presidential Elections
- Presidents, War, and Foreign Policy
- Presidential Staff and Political Influence
- Multiple Perspectives on Presidential Success
- Separating the Power of the Court and the President
- Parties, Presidents and Campaigns
- Presidents, War, and Public Opinion
These presidential scholars will join over 5,000 political scientists from around the world and present their research in New Orleans from August 30 to September 2 at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting, the largest gathering of political scientists in the world.
For more information about the annual meeting and to receive complimentary access, contact Michael Marriott, APSA public engagement coordinator, at email@example.com or 202-349-9359.
About the American Political Science Association
The American Political Science Association (www.apsanet.org), founded in 1903, is the leading professional organization for the study of political science and serves more than 15,000 members in more than 80 countries. With a range of programs and services, APSA brings together political scientists from all fields of inquiry, regions, and occupational endeavors within and outside academe, with the aim of expanding awareness and understanding of politics.
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