Toronto, Ontario – American Political Science Association 2009 Recap

by kris bishop on September 9, 2009

Michigan Press staff went lake-jumping this past week to display our latest political science titles at the American Political Science Association’s 2009 Annual Exhibit in Toronto, Ontario. We had great booth traffic, lots of sales, and some great face-to-face conversations with interested professors and authors, especially regarding Michigan’s new Digital Transition (click for more info)–not to mention some great weather!

See below for just a few of the authors who stopped by to say hi, and some Toronto-area staff photos:

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Seth Masket (left), author of No Middle Ground: How Informal Parties Control Nominations and Polarize Legislatures, and Michael Brecher (right), author of International Political Earthquakes.

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Andy Karch (left), author of Democratic Laboratories: Policy Diffusion Among the American States and Steven Lobell (right), author of The Challenge of Hegemony: Grand Strategy, Trade, and Domestic Politics

Couldn’t make it? Check out our online Political Science Subject
for the latest releases available for attendees to flip

Toronto Staff Photos:

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The Toronto Air Show was going on (left), so we had plenty of jets roaring overhead! The view from just outside the Metro Toronto Convention Center (right), looking up at the CN Tower.

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The Royal Ontario Museum–definitely worth checking out. Currently on display: The Dead Sea Scrolls. How far publishing has come…

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