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Cambridge University Press to publish American Political Science Association journals

With apologies for cross-posting

For immediate release

Cambridge University Press and the American Political Science Association (APSA) are delighted to announce that as of 2002, American Political Science Review (APSR) and PS: Political Science & Politics (PS) will be published by Cambridge on behalf of the APSA.

American Political Science Review is political science's premier scholarly
research journal, providing peer-reviewed articles, review essays, and
salient book reviews from subfields throughout the discipline.  Areas
covered include political theory, American politics, public policy, public
administration, comparative politics, and international relations.  APSR
has published continuously since 1906.

PS: Political Science & Politics publishes high-level intelligence about
political science, including research, teaching, and professional
development for political scientists.  Articles include critical analyses
of contemporary political phenomena.  PS, begun in 1968, is the only
quarterly professional news journal in the field and is the prime source
of information on political scientists´┐Ż achievements and professional

Both journals will be available online beginning in 2002 via Cambridge
Journals Online (http://journals.cambridge.org) for both individual
members of APSA and institutional subscribers to the journals.

APSA, established in 1903, is the major professional society for
individuals engaged in the study of politics and government.  The largest
political science society in the world, APSA has over 13,000 members in
over 70 countries.  In addition to publishing APSR and PS, the association
holds an annual meeting that offers thousands of scholars the opportunity
to present research, exchange information and ideas, and create
professional ties.

Cambridge University Press is the printing and publishing house of the
University of Cambridge, and is the oldest press in the world.
Established in 1554, it is a charitable enterprise required by University
Statute to devote itself to printing and publishing in the furtherance of
the acquisition, advancement, conservation, and dissemination of knowledge
in all subjects; to the advancement of education, religion, learning and
research; and to the advancement of literature and good letters.

For more information please contact:

Susan Soule
Journals Marketing Manager
Cambridge University Press
40 West 20th Street
New York, NY 10011-4211
Tel: 212-924-3900 ext. 334
Fax: 212-691-3239
Email: ssoule@cup.org

Mary C. DeYoung
Staff Assistant
American Political Science Association
1527 New Hampshire Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-483-2512
Fax: 202-483-2657