Cambria Press congratulates award-winning author and PIPPA (Politics, Institutions, and Public Administration) series coeditor, Sean Kelly, on his prestigious appointment to a national advisory council to further understanding on how Congress works.
Not only is Dr. Kelly extremely qualified for the position given his impressive, award-winning research, but he is also an exceptionally dedicated political scientist. “I’m honored by the appointment,” Kelly said. “And I am so pleased that I will have an opportunity to give back to an organization that has supported my research over the years, and does something as important as promoting understanding of an institution that I have dedicated a career to tying to understand, the U.S. Congress.”
In addition to having published a list of highly acclaimed books himself, Kelly, along with coeditor Scott Frisch, helps other political scientists in getting their research disseminated as well through the Cambria PIPPA (Politics, Institutions, and Public Administration) book series, which has published well-reviewed books, such as:
- Presidential Electors and the Electoral College by Robert M. Alexander
- Filibustering in the U.S. Senate by Lauren C. Bell
- Jockeying for the American Presidency by Lara M. Brown
- Corruption and American Politics ed., Michael A. Genovese and Victoria A. Farrar-Myers
- Saving American Elections by Anthony Gierzynski
- Tough Times for the President by Ryan J. Barilleaux and Jewerl Maxwell
The selective series has more excellent books in the pipeline, including one by a well-known politician on bipartisanship. The book will be released in the early fall of 2015, along with another high-profile book, right in time for #APSA2015. Like Cambria Press on Facebook and follow Cambria Press on Twitter to stay posted for these announcements.
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