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The AAPSS seeks to promote the progress of the social sciences and the use of social science knowledge in the enrichment of public understanding and in the development of public policy. It does so by fostering multidisciplinary understanding of important questions among those who create, disseminate, and apply the social sciences, and by encouraging and celebrating talented people who produce and use research to enhance public understanding of important social problems.
|Thomas A. Kecskemethy||University of Pennsylvania, USA|
|Mahzarin Banaji||Harvard University, USA|
|Francine D. Blau||Cornell University, USA|
|Felton Earls||Harvard University, USA|
|Paula England||University of Pennsylvania, USA|
|Lee Epstein||Washington University in St. Louis, USA|
|Robert Greenstein||Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, USA|
|Robert Keohane||Princeton University, USA|
|Douglas S. Massey||Princeton University, USA|
|Sean Reardon||Stanford University, USA|
|Rogers Smith||University of Pennsylvania, USA|
|Thomas J. Sugrue||Social and Cultural Analysis and History, New York University, USA|
|Kenneth Prewitt||Columbia University, USA|
|Rebecca Maynard||University of Pennsylvania, USA|
|Andrew J. Cherlin||Johns Hopkins University, USA|
|Janet Currie||Princeton University, USA|
|Sheldon Danziger||Russell Sage Foundation|
|Greg J. Duncan||University of California, Irvine, USA|
|Claudine Gay||Harvard University, USA|
|Jacob S. Hacker||Yale University, USA|
|Robert M. Hauser||American Philosophical Society and University of Wisconsin–Madison, USA|
|James S. Jackson||Anthropology, University of Michigan, Emeritus|
|Sherman A. James||Duke University, USA|
|Mary Ann Meyers||John Templeton Foundation, USA|
|Dorothy E. Roberts||University of Pennsylvania, USA|
The American Academy of Political and Social Science (AAPSS) welcomes proposals for future volumes of The Annals that promote the use of the social sciences to inform public opinion and improve public policy. The Academy seeks proposals with broad, interdisciplinary perspectives on important social issues. Typically, each volume consists of a preface/introduction and 10-12 articles for an average volume length of 279 typeset pages or approximately 250-300 double-space manuscript pages (including figures and tables).
The proposal should include the rationale for the volume, a summary of the issues it would explore, and an explanation of their importance to public policy. The proposal should also include an overview of the field of research under examination and how the proposed volume would advance that field as well as a list of proposed chapters and the names and affiliations of potential contributors. If you would be interested in serving as special editor of a volume of The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, please send a 2-3 page proposal to Tom Kecskemethy, AAPSS, 202 S. 36th Street, Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104-3806; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org