bq. You would think that you would have just a massive influx of political scientists — high-profile ones at this point, good writers, who are really pushing the best sort of research and and attempting to inject it into political conversation.
That is after he notes how much “skew” there is between political science and economics in this realm. He and Drezner go on to discuss why that might be. I commend their exchange to you, although I’m not going to respond here.
My purpose is instead to list the blogs that feature academic political scientists. These will become part of our blogroll (which is long overdue). And it will give Klein and anyone else a sense of what the political science blogs are. (I’m not trying to prove a point. I agree with him that there are too few polisci blogs.)
Henry compiled the original list. I’ve added a few to it. I’m ignoring how often these blogs are updated. Some are updated only infrequently. At this stage, however, it seems better to build a complete list.
I need you to tell me which ones we’re missing. Again, we’re looking for blogs by academic political scientists — faculty or graduate students, domestic or foreign. A group blog that includes at least one political scientist counts.
A Sibilant Intake of Breath
CDSP Election 2008
The Duck of Minerva
Election ’08 (Tom Holbrook)
Empirical Legal Studies
Enik Rising (Seth Masket)
Frontloading HQ (Josh Putnam)
Fruits and Votes (Matthew Shugart)
The Interdependence Complex (Lauren Phillips)
Kids Prefer Cheese (Mike Munger)
King Politics (Marvin King)
Lawyers, Guns and Money
Outside the Beltway
Patchwork Nation (Jim Gimpel)
Political Arithmetik (Charles Franklin)
The Quantitative Peace
Reflective Pundit (Brigitte Nacos)
Signifying Nothing (Chris Lawrence)
Social Science Statistics Blog
Uncommon Priors (Paul Gowder)