: Constitution of the PRG.
: Policy Statements on issues affecting research on the presidency.
PRG At Work
: Programs and activities of the PRG.
You may contact PRG by sending email to
-- research journal of the APSA.
-- 32 other elements (like PRG) of the APSA. Including:
Legislative Studies Group
Politics and History Section
APSA Convention 1998,
MidWest Political Science Association
-- research journal of MWPSA.
National convention of MWPSA:
(where else?), 1998
Southern Political Science Association
-- research journal of the SPSA.
National convention of the SPSA:
Covers all presidents.
US Presidents, too
Ditto, covers all presidents.
- the PRG partnership with others (including National Archives and UNC Chapel Hill) to bring the presidential libraries onto the web.
- a PRG partnership to bring materials related to presidents onto the web.
Useful Research Sites
in political science from the U of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
PRG Entry Panel
- the host for PRGNet.
PRG At Work
This section outlines activities of the PRG. These include its standing committees and PRG Board actions.
Presidential Libraries: To keep abrest of developments and policy issues in the National Archives Presidential Libraries System.
- the planning/vision document for the National Archives (and presidential libraries) and other guiding documents that PRG members have helped with.
White House 2001
The Project designed by the PRG to help smooth the way for the new administration. Funded by the Pew Charitage Trusts.
State of the Discipline: To examine research needs including funding, institutionalized database support, graduate education.
Forging the Presidency for the 21st Century
- Conference sponsored by PRG and Columbia University, Nov. 1996.
Call for Papers
for 2001 APSA Convention.
PRG entry panel
Leadership Information Archives