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From the WPSA President

The Western Political Science Association would like to announce the selection of new editors for the Political Research Quarterly:

Charles Anthony (“Tony”) Smith
Editor in Chief
University of California, Irvine

Angelia Wilson
University of Manchester

Stephen Nuno
Northern Arizona University

Jami Taylor
University of Toledo

Julia Jordan-Zachery
Wake Forest University

Wendy Wong,
University of Toronto

Davin Phoenix,
University of California, Irvine

Heather Smith-Cannoy,
Arizona State University

Christopher Stout,
Oregon State University

Jennifer Garcia,
Oberlin College

Andrew Flores,
American University 

The Smith team was approved by the WPSA Executive Council at its October 2021 meeting. The team will be replacing Seth C. McKee (Texas Tech University), Toby J. Rider (Texas Tech University), Frank C. Thames (Texas Tech University), Sophia Jordán Wallace (University of Washington), and David Lay Williams (DePaul University) at the conclusion of their term in July 2022. The association would like to thank Seth, Toby, Frank, Sophia, and David for their service as PRQ editors. During their tenure, the five editors oversaw a continued expansion in the quality and reputation of the quarterly. Their work has been stellar, and the association is very appreciative of all that they have done.

The association would also like to thank Efrén Pérez, University of California, Los Angeles, for chairing the PRQ Editor Search Committee, and the other members of the committee:

Val Martinez-Ebers, University of North Texas
Stephen Nicholson, University of Georgia
Angela X. Ocampo, University of Michigan
Luke M. Perez, Arizona State University
Brent Steele, University of Utah
Richard Clucas, WPSA Executive Director

Finally, I would personally like to thank all the applicants for the editor position. The WPSA and PRQ could not succeed without the support of individuals like you. I thank you for applying and hope to continue seeing you play an important role in the association.

Congratulations, Tony, Angelia, Stephen, Jami, Julia, Wendy, Davin, Heather, Christopher, Jennifer, and Andrew. All of us involved in the association look forward to working with you.

Ricardo Ramirez, WPSA President
University of Notre Dame

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Political Research Quarterly (PRQ) is a refereed scholarly journal publishing original research in all areas of political science. Published quarterly in association with the Western Political Science Association, PRQ is one of the top ranked journals in the field. The journal publishes scholarly research of exceptionally high merit that covers the entire range of topics and subjects in political science, including

* American politics
* International relations
* Comparative politics
* Public policy and public administration
* Political theory and philosophy
* Public law
* Gender and sexuality
* Race and ethnicity

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