How Trump Governs: An Assessment and a Prognosis, the latest book by renowned presidential studies scholar Michael A. Genovese is now available. Chris Edelson (Director, Politics, Policy, and Law Scholars Program (PPL), American University; and Fellow, Center for Congressional and Presidential Studies) has noted the following about the book: Chris Edelson, Director, Politics, Policy, and… Continue reading New Book “How Trump Governs” Now Available
Congratulations to Dr. Michael A. Genovese on winning the prestigious APSA 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award. This award honors an outstanding contribution to undergraduate and graduate teaching political science at two- or four-year institutions. Dr. Genovese is Professor of Political Science, President of World Policy Institute, and the Loyola Chair of Leadership Studies at Loyola Marymount… Continue reading APSA 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award goes to Michael A. Genovese
Cambria Press publication Jockeying for the American Presidency (Chapter Excerpts) Chapter 1: Presidential Selection and Aspirant Opportunism "...to say that all presidents are opportunists does not mean that they are all the same. As previously mentioned, the opportunism of the presidents most probably varies across the individuals who have held the office. Aside from innate… Continue reading Jockeying for the American Presidency
#APSA2014 Question - Answer correctly and you might win a free book! A hint regarding how he did this can be found at the Cambria Press (booth 524) in the APSA book exhibit hall. Drop off your business card with the correct answer for a draw to win a free book! * * * * *… Continue reading #APSA2014 Question: Which President was a Master at Handling Congress?
In their Roll Call op-ed, Cambria Press series editors Scott Frisch and Sean Kelly and John Porter (former Member of Congress and Chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services and Education) recommended "restoring the power of the purse to the Congress" because this "will allow members of Congress to fully represent… Continue reading Cambria Press Series Editors Scott Frisch and Sean Kelly’s Roll Call Op-ed with John Porter
Happy Presidents' Day! Cambria Press is providing a 40% discount on all hardcover political science titles. Visit the Cambria Press website to browse the books and read the excellent reviews. Some essential books for presidential studies include: CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Jimmy Carter and the Water Wars Tough Times for the President by Ryan J. Barilleaux and Jewerl… Continue reading Happy Presidents’ Day! See Essential Books (and their Outstanding Reviews) for Presidential Studies!
Today's featured author is Robert Alexander, professor of political science and department chair at Ohio Northern University, whose well-praised book Presidential Electors and the Electoral College has led to him being the go-to person on presidential elections for both national and local media outlets (see the Cambria Press post on this). Given that the book has been recommended by CHOICE for… Continue reading APSA 2013 – Best Part – Meeting happy authors and reading their just-published op-eds!
As speculation rises as to who will be running in 2016, the highly praised Presidential Electors and the Electoral College (Cambria Press, 2012) by Robert Alexander provides novel insights about stealth campaigns to change the votes of presidential electors in recent elections. This book is in the Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy in America book… Continue reading Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul, or Marco Rubio for 2016?
Three of the editors of Doing Archival Research in Political Science, Sean Q Kelly, Scott Frisch, and David C. W. Parker, will be at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of Centers for the Study of Congress to discuss their book, which has been published just in time for the conference. Doing Archival Research… Continue reading NEW PUBLICATION: Doing Archival Research in Political Science is now available! Meet the editors at the 2012 ACSC conference!