[For the second time in a week, reading a near-head-exploding ethics item right before bed has caused insomnia, necessitating this late-night post. My brain was already churning as I try to solve a work-related conundrum: this, I didn’t need. But this kind of stunning hypocrisy, dishonesty and lack of integrity the nation and the world don’t need, either.]
Behold a recent announcement from The American Political Science Association. Read carefully, now:
APSA Announces the New Editorial Team for the American Political Science Review for 2020
The American Political Science Association is delighted to announce a new editorial team to lead the American Political Science Review (APSR). The APSA Council selected a team co-led by twelve political scientists from many institutions across North America. The new team’s term begins on June 1, 2020 and runs through May 31, 2024.
- Sharon Wright Austin, Professor of Political Science, University of Florida
- Michelle L. Dion, Associate Professor of Political Science, McMaster University
- Lisa García Bedolla, Vice Provost for Graduate Studies and Dean of the Graduate Division and a Professor in the Graduate School of Education, University of California, Berkeley
- Clarissa Rile Hayward, Professor of Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis
- Kelly M. Kadera, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Iowa
- Julie Novkov, Professor of Political Science and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, University at Albany, SUNY
- Valeria Sinclair-Chapman, Associate Professor of Political Science, Purdue University
- Dara Strolovitch, Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies and Politics, Princeton University
- Aili Mari Tripp, Wangari Maathai Professor of Political Science and Gender and Women’s Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison
- Denise M. Walsh, Associate Professor of Politics and Women, Gender, and Sexuality, University of Virginia
- S. Laurel Weldon, Professor of Political Science, Simon Fraser University
- Elisabeth Jean Wood, Crosby Professor of the Human Environment and Professor of Political Science, Yale University
Vision Statement by the Editors
We are honored to have been selected as the American Political Science Review’s new editorial team. We thank the APSA Council and the selection committee for their confidence in our team and for their support for our vision. In entrusting the editorship of the association’s flagship journal to our diverse and all-woman team, the Council is demonstrating its commitment to promoting a wider range of voices and scholarship in the journal and the discipline.
Notice anything strange? Ridiculous, mayhap? Babylon Bee-worthy, you might say?
It’s this: “our diverse and all-woman team.” Continue reading