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journals perestroika


conference papers
apsa 2003 annual meeting
apsa 2002 annual meeting
contemporary political studies
ecpr working paper archive
isa conference papers
world congress of philosophy 2003
world congress of philosophy 1998

online papers
bepress working papers
dspace federation
european research papers
international philosophy papers
online papers in philosophy
political methodology
political research online
political science manuscripts
research connect
social science paper publisher
social science research network
sparc institutional repositories
uc e-scholarship repositories
working paper sites

university workshops
chicago: political theory
chicago: law & economics
european university institute: working papers
george mason: philosophy, politics and economics
georgetown: constitutional law and theory
harvard: faculty research
harvard: politics research
ias: occasional papers
indiana: political theory and policy analysis
max plank: publications
nyu: legal, political and social philosophy
oxford: ethics and philosophy of law
pennsylvania: law and philosophy
princeton: political philosophy
uc-berkeley: law, philosophy and political theory
ucl: legal and social philosophy
utah: tanner lectures
yale: political theory
yale: legal theory

american journal of political science
american political science review
annals of the american academy
of political and social science

annual reviews of political science
australian journal of political science
british journal of political science
canadian journal of political science
citizenship studies
contemporary political theory
contemporary politics
continental philosophy
critical review
critical review of international social and political philosophy
critical social policy
culture, theory & critique
economics & philosophy
ethical theory and moral practice
european journal of political research
european journal of political theory
european journal of social theory
global society
history & theory
history of political economy
history of political thought
human studies
international political science review
journal of applied philosophy
journal of democracy
journal of political ideologies
journal of political philosophy
journal of politics
journal of social philosophy
journal of the history of ideas
journal of the history of philosophy
journal of theoretical politics
journal of value inquiry
law and philosophy
new political science
oxford journal of legal studies

perspectives on political science
perspectives on politics
philosophical books
philosophical forum
philosophy and public affairs
philosophy and social criticism
philosophy in review
philosophy of the social sciences
political geography
political psychology
political quarterly
political research quarterly
political science quarterly
political studies
political theory
politics and society
politics, philosophy & economics
politics and the life sciences
ps: political science and politics
public culture
radical philosophy
radical society
ratio juris
res publica
rethinking marxism
review of international political economy
review of politics
review of radical political economics
social philosophy and policy
social research (*)
social science quarterly
social theory and practice
studies in practical philosophy
theory and event
theory and society
theory, culture & society
thesis eleven

academe (*)
education (*)
academic leadership
educational researcher
essays in education
ex libris
issues in global education
journal of college student development (*)
liberal education (*)
library journal
multicultural education (*)
multicultural review
peer review
phi delta kappan

mr. perestroika: on globalization of the apsa and apsr: a political science manifesto (scroll down)
yale herald: poli sci profs: from studying revolt to starting one
david pion-berlin (uc-riverside): letter
the new york times: political scientists are in a revolution instead of watching
sven steinmo (colorado): perestroika/glasnost and 'taking back the apsr'
allen, et al.: an open letter to the apsa leadership and members
kasza, et al: technicism supplanting disciplinarity among political scientists
therese s. gunawardena - vaughn: discipline out of touch with real-world concerns
the guardian: unreal, man
pae: revolt in political science
peregrine schwartz - shea (utah): curricular visions: doctoral program requirements, offerings, and the meanings of 'political science'
hayward alker (usc): curricular perestroika: comments on schwartz - shea's 'curricular visions
gregory kasza (indiana): perestroika: for an ecumenical science of politics
the chronicle of higher education: storming the palace, and a discussion with rogers smith (penn)
new york observer: how cult internet character mr. perestroika divided n.y.u.'s political science department
andrei yuri lubodrumov: perestroika, epistemology, and discipline: redefinitions of a political science

anne norton (penn): the double parochialism of american social science: the perestroika movement as antidote
peregrine schwartz - shea (utah): issues in curricular design
penn current: political science gets political
rogers smith (penn): should we make political sience more of a science or more about politics?
russell hardin: whither political science?
susanne hoeber rudolph: in defense of diverse forms of knowledge
stephen earl bennet (appalachian state): 'perestroika' lost: why the latest 'reform' movement in political science should fail
mr. pravda: some thoughts on perestroika and political science
apsa annual conference: in the wake of perestroika: critical political science
larry diamond (stanford): statement to the perestroika meeting to the apsa
gregory kasza (indiana): deserve's got nuthin' to do with it: perestroika and the nature of ideas in today's academy
john dryzek (anu): a pox on perestroika, a hex on hegemony: towards a critical political science
yale alumni magazine: it's all political
university of chicago magazine: revolution from within
sanford schram (bryn mawr): return to politics: perestroika and postparadigmatic political science
todd landman (essex): rebutting 'perestroika': method and substance in political science