Cambria Press authors and series editors Scott A. Frisch and Sean Q. Kelly will be at the WPSA annual conference in Seattle next week. Discussing politics to the extreme, their WPSA panels will be exciting ones that attendees won’t want to miss! Their award-winning book Jimmy Carter and the Water Wars, as well as their highly praised book Doing Archival Research in Political Science are just a few of their books. In addition to their own works, Dr. Frisch and Dr. Kelly have also helped bring forth other important books in political science with their Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy in America book series. The series has produced books which have earned excellent journal reviews, including WPSA’s program chair Victoria Farrar-Myers‘s book with Michael Genovese, Corruption and American Politics. Here are just a few of the titles in the series:
- Presidential Electors and the Electoral College: An Examination of Lobbying, Wavering Electors, and Campaigns for Faithless Votes by Robert M. Alexander
- Jockeying for the American Presidency: The Political Opportunism of Aspirants by Lara M. Brown
- Saving American Elections: A Diagnosis and Prescription for a Healthier Democracy by Anthony Gierzynski
These titles will be at the Cambria Press display in the WPSA exhibit hall. Visit the display to browse these great books and don’t forget to pick up an order form with a 40% discount for you and your library. See the Cambria Press ad in the WPSA program too for the discount code! Cambria Press will also giving out a limited supply of complimentary Political-Science Research Matters bags, which were made specially in response to the NSF funding cuts. Pick one up at the Cambria Press display and carry it around at (and after) the conference to drive home the message that political-science research matters!
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