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The Chicago Booth at APSA

Welcome to our virtual exhibit for the American Political Science Association! We hope that you enjoy browsing the University of Chicago Press’ new releases, as well as some older classics that have been foundational for the field.

From Prisms of the People to African American Political Thought, books published over the last year offer original perspectives on new and perennial questions that resonate broadly within and beyond the discipline. Please also be sure to explore the winners of APSA and ISPP 2021 book prizes, including LaFleur Stephens-Dougan’s Race to the Bottom (a double prize winner), James M. Curry and Frances E. Lee’s The Limits of the Party, and Meghan Condon and Amber Wichowsky’s The Economic Other.

All of the books listed here are available to you at the meeting at a discount of 40% off list plus free shipping. Click on the buy buttons below and use the promotional code EX56909 in the shopping cart to get 40% off physical books. The offer is valid until December 3, 2021.

Our printed exhibit order form is also available in PDF format; the titles in the order form are hyperlinked to the book product pages for easy browsing.

You may also print out the form and mail it to us.

Our featured journals are also available at a discount of 20% off most subscriptions with the code UCPJ20 (* some restrictions apply).

The University of Chicago Press has been publishing books for scholars, students, and general readers since 1892. Please see our guidelines for submission

We welcome submissions across all subfields of political science. If you would like to discuss a proposal, please do not hesitate to contact our editors, Sara Doskow (American politics, comparative politics, and political theory) and Charles Myers (international relations).

The Chicago Booth at APSA

Featured Books

How the Tea Party Captured the GOP

Insurgent Factions in American Politics

Rachel M. Blum

The Limits of Party

Congress and Lawmaking in a Polarized Era

James M. Curry

Bending the Rules

Procedural Politicking in the Bureaucracy

Rachel Augustine Potter

Good Enough for Government Work

The Public Reputation Crisis in America (And What We Can Do to Fix It)

Amy E. Lerman

The Economic Other

Inequality in the American Political Imagination

Meghan Condon

Race to the Bottom

How Racial Appeals Work in American Politics

LaFleur Stephens-Dougan

African American Political Thought

A Collected History

Melvin L. Rogers

Prisms of the People

Power & Organizing in Twenty-First-Century America

Hahrie Han

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