Colorado Political Science Review Re-Launching in 2023!
We are currently looking for undergraduate students interested in writing, editing and administering the journal. The CPSR is a fantastic way to meet others who are interested in politics and political science, share research and ideas and GET PUBLISHED! Please attend an informational meeting and/or contact Prof. Janet Donavan (email@example.com) if you are interested! You don't have to be a political science major or minor, you just have to be interested!
The Colorado Political Science Review is a nonpartisan student written and edited publication dedicated to produce insightful and accurate reporting on the issues of today. Our core mission is to contribute nonpartisan analysis to politically controversial issues. In order to set us apart from other publications, we use political science to address and understand real world problems.
“The cure for democracy’s ills is more democracy”
- John Dewey
CPSR Statement of Support for BLM
The Colorado Political Science Review at the University of Colorado at Boulder stands in active solidarity with CU’s Black Student Alliance, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the Black community as a whole to demand the dismantling of the racist institutions upon which the United States is built. We, along with these communities, demand justice for the systemic profiling, harassment, assault, and killing of BIPOC in the United States and internationally. Click here to read more!
Featured Honors Theses (2021)
Exploring Cultural Idioms of Distress and Other Factors that Limit and Enhance Mental Health Practitioners’ Work with Iraqi Refugees