Authors

Presidential Studies Quarterly is widely viewed by scholars and professionals as an indispensable resource for understanding the Presidency. PSQ‘s insightful and thought-provoking authors are distinguished scholars and professionals in political science, history, and communications, including:

Richard NeustadtSamuel Kernell
Joel Aberbach
Jon Krosnick
Alan Abramowitz
Martha Kumar
Douglas BrinkleyFrances Lee
Charles CameronPaul Light
Jeffrey CohenErnest May
Louis FisherMartin Medhurst
Fred GreensteinTerry Moe
Roderick HartJames Pfiffner
William HowellPaul Quirk
Karen HultBert Rockman
Robert IvieAndrew Rudalevige
Lawrence JacobsRobert Shapiro
Gary JacobsonStephen Skowronek
Kathleen Hall JamiesonB. Dan Wood
Charles C. JonesDavid Zarefsky

Blind Reviewed Articles
PSQ evaluates submitted research by a double blind peer review process that ensures readers receive only the highest-quality, objective scholarship. Editorial board members include some of the finest scholars and professionals in the discipline.

Timely Research
Presidential Studies Quarterly not only brings the latest scholarly research and thinking about the Presidency but also discusses topics that are of current interest to the field in its features on “The Polls,” “The Law,” “The Contemporary Presidency,” and “Source Material.”

A Respected Resource
Presidential Studies Quarterly articles are widely disseminated. Articles are abstracted and/or indexed in ABC-CLIO; ABC POL SCI, Historical Abstracts; America: History and Life; United States Political Science Documents; University of Pittsburgh Press; Sage Public Administration Abstracts; Human Resources Abstracts; Sage Urban Studies Abstracts; Sage Family Studies Abstracts; Communication Abstracts; Temple University; Political Science Abstracts; International Political Science Abstracts; Academy Abstracts; Social Science Source; Public Affairs Information Service Bulletin; and the ABC POL SCI Advance Bibliography of Contents.