Interpretive Methods in Political Science
Virtual Community


Community co-chairs:

  • Carolyn Holmes (Mississippi State University)
  • Guillermo Caballero (Salisbury University)
  • Hannah Lebovits (UT-Arlington)

Contact information:

Community focus and purpose:

The Interpretive Methods in Political Science VC seeks to support scholars using interpretive methods in their research and teaching, as well as diversifying methodological conversations in the discipline as a whole.

Types of events planned:

Conference-style panels, roundtables, workshops/labs, reading groups, mentoring sessions, peer support groups, community-building meetings, social/networking events.

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