The editorial team behind the recently-published Simulations in the Political Science Classroom: Games without Frontiers are seeking chapter proposals for a new volume on in-class games and activities that are useful for teaching any subfield of political science. This book is intended to be a catalog of dozens of active learning exercises that an instructor can select from to teach a particular topic in less than a single class period. Ideally, the activities should be flexibly applicable to high school classrooms or introductory, upper level university, or perhaps even graduate courses.
If you are interested in submitting a chapter proposal, the editors need your name, institutional affiliation, potential chapter title, the subfield and subject, and a description of the activity that is 150 words or less. Because the editors want to include a variety of exercises that cover a breadth of subfields, multiple submissions on different activities by the same author are welcome.
The deadline for proposals is October 15, 2022.
To submit a proposal or get additional information, please contact one of the book proposal’s editors:
Mark Harvey: mark [dot] harvey [at] stmary [dot] edu.
James Fielder: james [dot] fielder [at] colostate [dot] edu.
Ryan Gibb: Ryan [dot] Gibb [at] bakeru [dot] edu.
Derek Glasgow: derek [dot] john [dot] glasgow [at] gmail.com.