|Publisher||Cambridge University Press (CUP)|
Political science, as a discipline, is a relative newcomer to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). We examine authorship patterns of SoTL articles in<jats:italic>PS: Political Science &amp; Politics</jats:italic>, the<jats:italic>Journal of Political Science Education</jats:italic>, and<jats:italic>International Studies Perspectives</jats:italic>from 1998–2008. Our findings indicate more collaborative SoTL articles compared to non-SoTL teaching articles. Authorship patterns reveal a relatively high presence of women, assistant professors, and authors housed in Ph.D. and BA departments for SoTL publications. We conclude that SoTL constitutes an important new field of inquiry in the discipline that is likely to become more prominent as a younger cohort of scholars matures.
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