Our latest newsletter, Vexilloid Tabloid #57, featured this high-calorie image: This got us thinking about the intersection of doughnuts and flags. Enjoy, but consume in moderation.
New Zealand’s Flag Referendum and Theories of Voting
by Erik Herron, PhD Eberly Family Professor of Political Science West Virginia University (from Vexilloid Tabloid #57) Introduction The disciplines of vexillology and psephology (the scientific study of elections) have many commonalities: both focus on how design and representation intersect. New Zealand’s 2015–16 Flag Referendums caused these two worlds to collide. This article assesses the… Continue reading New Zealand’s Flag Referendum and Theories of Voting
Vexilloid Tabloid #57
The April edition of our newsletter is out early, featuring an insightful article political science professor and psephologist Erik Herron on last year's referendum in New Zealand. (That vote determined the design that Kiwis are deciding this month whether to adopt as their new national flag.) Contents for Vexilloid Tabloid #57: Introduction: Psephology and NZ; Mississippi (Ted Kaye) How… Continue reading Vexilloid Tabloid #57