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Association internationale de science politique
December 2018 Newsletter


IPSA News

Season's Greetings

The IPSA Executive Committee and the Secretariat wishes you, your family, and your friends Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year!

N.B. The IPSA Secretariat will be closed from December 22 to January 6, 2019.

 

IPSA Secretary-General, Prof. Guy Lachapelle, Takes a Leave of Absence

At the November 2018 IPSA Executive Committee (EC) meeting in Seoul, South Korea,  Secretary-General Guy Lachapelle requested a leave of absence from the remaining two years of his final term as Secretary-General. The EC approved his request, and effective November 19, 2018, Prof. Lachapelle ceased exercizing the authority vested in him as IPSA Secretary-General. 

IPSA owes many thanks to Prof. Lachapelle for his his long-standing commitment to making IPSA a thriving association. Prof. Lachapelle started his service to IPSA in 1997 as a member of the EC (1997-2000). But his greatest contribution consisted of his 20 years of service as Secretary-General. The longest serving Secretary-General, Prof. Lachapelle’s name is linked to the most impressive period of growth in IPSA’s history. His leadership established the permanent Secretariat in Montreal, more than doubled IPSA membership, and fostered all-time highs in IPSA World Congress participation. Prof. Lachapelle’s achievements will be honoured at a special event at the 2020 IPSA World Congress of Political Science in Lisbon, Portugal.

Adrienne Jung, the IPSA Senior Director - Administration, will be acting Secretary-General until the EC appoints a successor to Prof. Lachapelle. His replacement will be hired under the new title of Executive Director (according to IPSA’s approved new governance structure). The call for Executive Director will be released promptly.

 

Become a Member of IPSA or Renew your Membership for 2019

IPSA is in the process of renewing its memberships for the year 2019.

We invite you to explore the advantages and services an IPSA membership offers and to consider becoming a member or renewing your membership for 2019 as of today. Your contribution is crucial to furthering our mission to promote the advancement of political science throughout the world.

Membership fees

Individual Membership:
https://www.ipsa.org/page/individual-membership

Institutional Membership:
https://www.ipsa.org/membership/institutional

 

IPSA Welcomes the Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA)

We are pleased to announce that the Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) has joined IPSA as a member organization.

The NPSA’s candidacy was warmly recommended by the Committee on Participation and Membership during the last IPSA Executive Committee meeting (No. 129) in Seoul (Korea) on November 16-18, 2018. The Executive Committee later formally accepted NPSA’s candidacy.

The Nigerian Political Science Association became the 58th country member of IPSA, and will be a voting member at the next IPSA Council, to be held in conjunction with the 2020 World Congress of Political Science in Lisbon, Portugal.

IPSA warmly welcomes NPSA and extends its best wishes for success to political scientists in Nigeria.

For more information on the NPSA, please their website at https://npsang.org/

 

Marianne Kneuer Addresses the 8th Russian Congress of Political Science

More than 1000 political scientists from 60 regions of Russia and 37 countries participated in the 8th Russian Congress of Political Science in Moscow on December 6-8, 2018. The Congress featured over 100 sessions of Research Committees and roundtables focused on the theme “Development Policy: a State and World Order.” 

IPSA President Prof. Marianne Kneuer and past President Prof. Ilter Turan attended the Congress and greeted its participants on behalf of IPSA. In her address, Prof. Kneuer presented an overview of the role of political science in the modern world, stressing the importance of IPSA cooperation with its regional partners to meet challenges facing our scientific community. These include issues of academic freedom, gender and diversity, and norms and procedures concerning ethical conduct. She concluded by inviting everyone to IPSA’s 70th anniversary celebration that will be held in Paris (France) in November 2019 and to the 2020 IPSA World Congress of Political Science in Lisbon (Portugal).

The Congress received a message of recognition from the Russian Foreign Minister V. Lavrov. The group was also addressed by Prof. Kris Deschouwer, Chair of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Executive Committee, Prof. Paolo Cotta-Ramusino, Secretary General of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, and Deputy Speakers of upper and lower chambers of the Russian Parliament.

President Kneuer's Address

 

Euiyoung Kim’s Lecture at the IAPSS Academic Convention

IPSA Executive Committee Member and President of the Korean Political Science Association Prof. Euiyoung Kim addressed the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) Academic Convention, held on November 19-23, 2018 in Singapore. In his lecture, “Social Economy and Democracy: Theory and South Korean Case,” Prof. Kim discussed a series of elemental findings of social economy and citizen politics and introduced case studies. The lecture was followed by a Q&A session.

More...

 

IPSA Statement on the Imprisonment and Release of Matthew Hedges

IPSA is pleased to learn that Matthew Hedges, researcher from Durham University (UK), has been released by the United Arab Emirates authorities.

This said, we still wish to share our statement to express our general sensitivity to the violation of academic freedoms everywhere.

Subject: International Political Science Association (IPSA) statement regarding the sentencing to life imprisonment of Matthew Hedges in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The International Political Science Association (IPSA) is shocked by the sentencing to life imprisonment of Matthew Hedges, a Ph.D. researcher from Durham University. According to all known evidence, Matthew Hedges was solely conducting academic research in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and -as his University has stated- he was conducting his research activity in full accordance with Durham University’s research and ethics procedures and with the permission of the UAE government. The lack of due process, disregard for human rights and denial of a fair trial severely question the validity of Matthew Hedges’ sentencing to life imprisonment.

The International Political Science Association (IPSA) is deeply concerned about the violations of principles that are vital for carrying out academic and scientific undertakings under free and fair conditions, and therefore strongly rejects limitations, constraints or attacks on academic freedom.

IPSA asks for the reversal of Matthew Hedges’ sentence during the appeal stage, his release from prison and his being allowed to return to his home and family safely and to resume his legitimate academic activity. We call on the government of the UAE and international authorities to do their utmost to secure his release and to intensify efforts to ensure that no further interference to academic freedom and scholarly research occurs.

 

IPSA Summer Schools

8th Annual IPSA-NUS Summer School for Social Science Research Methods (Singapore)

2019 IPSA-ABU Summer School for Social Science Research Methods (Antalya, Turkey)

Call For Applications: Assistant to the IPSA Summer School Coordinator

IPSA runs annual summer schools in Social Science Methods in Sao Paolo, Mexico City, Singapore, St Petersburg, and Capri, and plans to launch new Summer Schools in Antalya, Stellenbosch, and Tunis.

All presently running Summer Schools are in English. Although each summer school is facilitated by a local organizer, some coordination, assistance, and oversight is provided by IPSA’s Summer School Coordinator Werner J. Patzelt (Technical University Dresden).

Bruno Cautrès (SciencePo, Paris) is currently the only assistant member of the IPSA Summer School Team. Due to the proliferation of IPSA Summer Schools, the Executive Committee has decided to attach an additional assistant to the Summer School Coordinator (SSC). 

See the call for applications at https://www.ipsa.org/news/news/assistant-methods-summer-school-coordinator-ipsa

Deadline is January 14, 2019.

 

What’s New on the IPSAPortal?

News from the IPSAPortal:

1. Since 1993, the Annenberg Public Policy Center has studied Americans’ political knowledge, discourse, media use, and opinions. Its work has included an annual Constitution Day Civics Survey, the National Annenberg Election Survey, as well as studies of presidential debates, and incivility in Congress. Some of these resources are available as learning tools for students and teachers. The AnnenbergClassroom, for instance, provides free classroom resources including a multimedia curriculum on the Constitution. Other high-quality resources are offered by the CivicsRenewalNetwork, a consortium of more than 30 nonpartisan, nonprofit organizations dedicated to strengthening civic life.  (Data Banks on the IPSAPortal)

2. José VanDijck, in the book Platform Society, argues that data and algorithms, in the platform era, exert tremendous influence on our everyday lives, owing to our use of social media and personal communication devices which provide extensive opportunities for marketing, and for political propaganda. Since 2012, the Computational Propaganda Project, established by the Oxford Internet Institute, is promoting research that investigates the impact of automated scripts, commonly called bots, on social media. (Research Institutes on the IPSAPortal)

3. The European Union is experiencing widespread social turmoil that could affect the upcoming European elections. While the UK struggles to negotiate its EU exit, the 'Gilet Jaunes' movement has recently publicized discontent in France. Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po Paris (Cevipof) conducts annual studies like The Political Trust Barometer and the Social Dialogue Barometer that  evaluate the political climate in France, providing tools for analyzing the 2019 EU elections. (Thematic Networks on the IPSAPortal)

 

International Political Science Review - Volume 39, Number 5, November 2018

Informal Networks and Judicial Institutions: Comparative Perspectives

Guest Editor: Björn Dressel, Raul Sanchez-Urribarri and Alexander Stroh

Editorial Introduction
Courts and informal networks: Towards a relational perspective on judicial politics outside Western democracies
Björn Dressel, Raul Sanchez-Urribarri and Alexander Stroh

Articles
Who are judicial decisions meant for? The ‘global community of law’ in Southern Africa
Peter Brett

Sustaining and jeopardising a credible arbiter: Judicial networks in Benin’s consolidating democracy
Alexander Stroh

Informal networks and judicial decisions: Insights from the Supreme Court of the Philippines, 1986–2015
Björn Dressel and Tomoo Inoue

The moral economy of guanxi and the market of corruption: Networks, brokers and corruption in China’s courts
Ling Li

Anatomy of an informal institution: The ‘Gentlemen’s Pact’ and judicial selection in Mexico, 1917–1994
Andrea Pozas-Loyo and Julio Ríos-Figueroa

Patronal politics, judicial networks and collective judicial autonomy in post-Soviet Ukraine
Alexei Trochev

Research Report
Three decades of the International Political Science Review (IPSR): A map of the methodological preferences in IPSR articles
Enzo Lima, Melina Morschbacher and Paulo Peres

Review Article
The contributions of Jean A. Laponce to political science
William Safran

 

Books by Members

 

Les Forgerons de la Paix en Terre Promise: 1917-2017

Par
Georges Assima

Plus d'information ...

 

 

 

 

 

Elecciones y partidos en América Latina en el cambio de ciclo

Edited by
Alcántara, Manuel
Buquet, Manuel
Tagina, María Laura

More information ...

 

 

 

 

 


 


Quick Link:

IPSA Website

IPSA Portal

International Political Science Review

International Political Science Abstracts

World Political Science


Join our social network pages:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

9th Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association
20-22 June, 2019
Belfast, United Kingdom
Deadline: 17 December, 2018

Counter-narratives to Regional Cooperation: Contesting European Union
13-14 May, 2019
Duisburg, Germany
Deadline: 5 January, 2019

Workshop: Political Parties and Political Trust
24-25 April, 2019
Aarhus, Denmark
Deadline: 14 January, 2019

2019 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting: Populism and Privilege
29 August-1 September, 2019
Washington, DC, United States
Deadline: 15 January, 2019

12th Annual Conference of the Comparative Agendas Project (CAP)
6-8 June, 2019
Budapest, Hungary
Deadline: 15 February, 2019

The 4th Pacific International Politics Conference (PIPC)
5-6 July, 2019
Taipei, Taiwan
Deadline: 28 February, 2019

2019 Phiso International Conference and Exploratory Workshop - Diplomacy, Dialogue, and Discourse: The Praxes turn in IR
9-10 November, 2019
Cebu City, Philippines
Deadline: 7 June, 2019

 

Call for Papers (Journal)

The Matter Matters! – Political Education (politische Bildungen) in the Network of Social Materiality
Deadline: 31 December, 2018

Palgrave Communications
Deadline: 31 December, 2018

Politics and Governance
Deadline: 15 January, 2019

Glocalism- Journal of Culture, Politics and Innovation
Deadline: 31 January, 2019

 

Job, Fellowship & Internship Offers

2019 O’Brien Fellowships for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism at McGill University
Montreal, Canada
Deadline: 15 December, 2018

Director, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Deadline: 5 January, 2019

Concours de stage postdoctorale du CRIDAQ, édition 2019-2020 / CRIDAQ Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2019-2020
Montreal, Canada
Deadline: 5 January, 2019

Tenure Track Faculty: International Political Economy
Spain
Deadline: 7 January, 2019

Postdoctoral Researcher
Oxford, United Kingdom
Deadline: 7 January, 2019

Post doctoral fellow (one or several) to the Department of Political Science and GLD
Gothenburg, Sweden
Deadline: 10 January, 2019

Perry World House Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Philadelphia, United States
Deadline: 12 January, 2019

IPSA! Assistant to the Methods Summer School Coordinator of IPSA
Deadline: 14 January, 2019

Postdoctoral Fellow in Survey Research
Oxford, United Kingdom
Deadline: 18 January, 2019

IPSA! Co-Editor Sought for International Political Science Review
Deadline: 25 January, 2019

IPSA! Assistant Editor (with Slavic language skills) Sought for the World Political Science (WPS)
Deadline: 30 January, 2019

Doctoral Programme in Governance
Berlin, Germany
Deadline: 31 January, 2019

Postdoctoral Positions in Political Economy and Economic Sociology at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Germany
Deadline: 31 January, 2019

Poste de professeure, professeur en pensée politique au Québec et au Canada
Montreal, Canada
Deadline: 15 February, 2019

COST Action CA15207 Invites Researchers to Submit Proposals for Short Term Scientific Missions
Deadline: 1 March, 2019

Fully Funded PhD Studentships at Trinity College
Dublin, Ireland
Deadline: 1 March, 2019

Visiting Researchers Program
Köln, Germany
Deadline: 30 April, 2019

 

Awards

Frank J. Goodnow Award
Deadline: 12 February, 2019

APSA Distinguished Teaching Award
Deadline: 12 February, 2019

Call for Nominations: Stein Rokkan Prize for Comparative Social Science Research
Deadline: 15 February, 2019


Privacy

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International Political Science Association/
Association internationale de science politique
December 2018 Newsletter


IPSA News

Season's Greetings

The IPSA Executive Committee and the Secretariat wishes you, your family, and your friends Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year!

N.B. The IPSA Secretariat will be closed from December 22 to January 6, 2019.

 

IPSA Secretary-General, Prof. Guy Lachapelle, Takes a Leave of Absence

At the November 2018 IPSA Executive Committee (EC) meeting in Seoul, South Korea,  Secretary-General Guy Lachapelle requested a leave of absence from the remaining two years of his final term as Secretary-General. The EC approved his request, and effective November 19, 2018, Prof. Lachapelle ceased exercizing the authority vested in him as IPSA Secretary-General. 

IPSA owes many thanks to Prof. Lachapelle for his his long-standing commitment to making IPSA a thriving association. Prof. Lachapelle started his service to IPSA in 1997 as a member of the EC (1997-2000). But his greatest contribution consisted of his 20 years of service as Secretary-General. The longest serving Secretary-General, Prof. Lachapelle’s name is linked to the most impressive period of growth in IPSA’s history. His leadership established the permanent Secretariat in Montreal, more than doubled IPSA membership, and fostered all-time highs in IPSA World Congress participation. Prof. Lachapelle’s achievements will be honoured at a special event at the 2020 IPSA World Congress of Political Science in Lisbon, Portugal.

Adrienne Jung, the IPSA Senior Director - Administration, will be acting Secretary-General until the EC appoints a successor to Prof. Lachapelle. His replacement will be hired under the new title of Executive Director (according to IPSA’s approved new governance structure). The call for Executive Director will be released promptly.

 

Become a Member of IPSA or Renew your Membership for 2019

IPSA is in the process of renewing its memberships for the year 2019.

We invite you to explore the advantages and services an IPSA membership offers and to consider becoming a member or renewing your membership for 2019 as of today. Your contribution is crucial to furthering our mission to promote the advancement of political science throughout the world.

Membership fees

Individual Membership:
https://www.ipsa.org/page/individual-membership

Institutional Membership:
https://www.ipsa.org/membership/institutional

 

IPSA Welcomes the Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA)

We are pleased to announce that the Nigerian Political Science Association (NPSA) has joined IPSA as a member organization.

The NPSA’s candidacy was warmly recommended by the Committee on Participation and Membership during the last IPSA Executive Committee meeting (No. 129) in Seoul (Korea) on November 16-18, 2018. The Executive Committee later formally accepted NPSA’s candidacy.

The Nigerian Political Science Association became the 58th country member of IPSA, and will be a voting member at the next IPSA Council, to be held in conjunction with the 2020 World Congress of Political Science in Lisbon, Portugal.

IPSA warmly welcomes NPSA and extends its best wishes for success to political scientists in Nigeria.

For more information on the NPSA, please their website at https://npsang.org/

 

Marianne Kneuer Addresses the 8th Russian Congress of Political Science

More than 1000 political scientists from 60 regions of Russia and 37 countries participated in the 8th Russian Congress of Political Science in Moscow on December 6-8, 2018. The Congress featured over 100 sessions of Research Committees and roundtables focused on the theme “Development Policy: a State and World Order.” 

IPSA President Prof. Marianne Kneuer and past President Prof. Ilter Turan attended the Congress and greeted its participants on behalf of IPSA. In her address, Prof. Kneuer presented an overview of the role of political science in the modern world, stressing the importance of IPSA cooperation with its regional partners to meet challenges facing our scientific community. These include issues of academic freedom, gender and diversity, and norms and procedures concerning ethical conduct. She concluded by inviting everyone to IPSA’s 70th anniversary celebration that will be held in Paris (France) in November 2019 and to the 2020 IPSA World Congress of Political Science in Lisbon (Portugal).

The Congress received a message of recognition from the Russian Foreign Minister V. Lavrov. The group was also addressed by Prof. Kris Deschouwer, Chair of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Executive Committee, Prof. Paolo Cotta-Ramusino, Secretary General of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, and Deputy Speakers of upper and lower chambers of the Russian Parliament.

President Kneuer's Address

 

Euiyoung Kim’s Lecture at the IAPSS Academic Convention

IPSA Executive Committee Member and President of the Korean Political Science Association Prof. Euiyoung Kim addressed the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) Academic Convention, held on November 19-23, 2018 in Singapore. In his lecture, “Social Economy and Democracy: Theory and South Korean Case,” Prof. Kim discussed a series of elemental findings of social economy and citizen politics and introduced case studies. The lecture was followed by a Q&A session.

More...

 

IPSA Statement on the Imprisonment and Release of Matthew Hedges

IPSA is pleased to learn that Matthew Hedges, researcher from Durham University (UK), has been released by the United Arab Emirates authorities.

This said, we still wish to share our statement to express our general sensitivity to the violation of academic freedoms everywhere.

Subject: International Political Science Association (IPSA) statement regarding the sentencing to life imprisonment of Matthew Hedges in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The International Political Science Association (IPSA) is shocked by the sentencing to life imprisonment of Matthew Hedges, a Ph.D. researcher from Durham University. According to all known evidence, Matthew Hedges was solely conducting academic research in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and -as his University has stated- he was conducting his research activity in full accordance with Durham University’s research and ethics procedures and with the permission of the UAE government. The lack of due process, disregard for human rights and denial of a fair trial severely question the validity of Matthew Hedges’ sentencing to life imprisonment.

The International Political Science Association (IPSA) is deeply concerned about the violations of principles that are vital for carrying out academic and scientific undertakings under free and fair conditions, and therefore strongly rejects limitations, constraints or attacks on academic freedom.

IPSA asks for the reversal of Matthew Hedges’ sentence during the appeal stage, his release from prison and his being allowed to return to his home and family safely and to resume his legitimate academic activity. We call on the government of the UAE and international authorities to do their utmost to secure his release and to intensify efforts to ensure that no further interference to academic freedom and scholarly research occurs.

 

IPSA Summer Schools

8th Annual IPSA-NUS Summer School for Social Science Research Methods (Singapore)

2019 IPSA-ABU Summer School for Social Science Research Methods (Antalya, Turkey)

Call For Applications: Assistant to the IPSA Summer School Coordinator

IPSA runs annual summer schools in Social Science Methods in Sao Paolo, Mexico City, Singapore, St Petersburg, and Capri, and plans to launch new Summer Schools in Antalya, Stellenbosch, and Tunis.

All presently running Summer Schools are in English. Although each summer school is facilitated by a local organizer, some coordination, assistance, and oversight is provided by IPSA’s Summer School Coordinator Werner J. Patzelt (Technical University Dresden).

Bruno Cautrès (SciencePo, Paris) is currently the only assistant member of the IPSA Summer School Team. Due to the proliferation of IPSA Summer Schools, the Executive Committee has decided to attach an additional assistant to the Summer School Coordinator (SSC). 

See the call for applications at https://www.ipsa.org/news/news/assistant-methods-summer-school-coordinator-ipsa

Deadline is January 14, 2019.

 

What’s New on the IPSAPortal?

News from the IPSAPortal:

1. Since 1993, the Annenberg Public Policy Center has studied Americans’ political knowledge, discourse, media use, and opinions. Its work has included an annual Constitution Day Civics Survey, the National Annenberg Election Survey, as well as studies of presidential debates, and incivility in Congress. Some of these resources are available as learning tools for students and teachers. The AnnenbergClassroom, for instance, provides free classroom resources including a multimedia curriculum on the Constitution. Other high-quality resources are offered by the CivicsRenewalNetwork, a consortium of more than 30 nonpartisan, nonprofit organizations dedicated to strengthening civic life.  (Data Banks on the IPSAPortal)

2. José VanDijck, in the book Platform Society, argues that data and algorithms, in the platform era, exert tremendous influence on our everyday lives, owing to our use of social media and personal communication devices which provide extensive opportunities for marketing, and for political propaganda. Since 2012, the Computational Propaganda Project, established by the Oxford Internet Institute, is promoting research that investigates the impact of automated scripts, commonly called bots, on social media. (Research Institutes on the IPSAPortal)

3. The European Union is experiencing widespread social turmoil that could affect the upcoming European elections. While the UK struggles to negotiate its EU exit, the 'Gilet Jaunes' movement has recently publicized discontent in France. Centre de recherches politiques de Sciences Po Paris (Cevipof) conducts annual studies like The Political Trust Barometer and the Social Dialogue Barometer that  evaluate the political climate in France, providing tools for analyzing the 2019 EU elections. (Thematic Networks on the IPSAPortal)

 

International Political Science Review - Volume 39, Number 5, November 2018

Informal Networks and Judicial Institutions: Comparative Perspectives

Guest Editor: Björn Dressel, Raul Sanchez-Urribarri and Alexander Stroh

Editorial Introduction
Courts and informal networks: Towards a relational perspective on judicial politics outside Western democracies
Björn Dressel, Raul Sanchez-Urribarri and Alexander Stroh

Articles
Who are judicial decisions meant for? The ‘global community of law’ in Southern Africa
Peter Brett

Sustaining and jeopardising a credible arbiter: Judicial networks in Benin’s consolidating democracy
Alexander Stroh

Informal networks and judicial decisions: Insights from the Supreme Court of the Philippines, 1986–2015
Björn Dressel and Tomoo Inoue

The moral economy of guanxi and the market of corruption: Networks, brokers and corruption in China’s courts
Ling Li

Anatomy of an informal institution: The ‘Gentlemen’s Pact’ and judicial selection in Mexico, 1917–1994
Andrea Pozas-Loyo and Julio Ríos-Figueroa

Patronal politics, judicial networks and collective judicial autonomy in post-Soviet Ukraine
Alexei Trochev

Research Report
Three decades of the International Political Science Review (IPSR): A map of the methodological preferences in IPSR articles
Enzo Lima, Melina Morschbacher and Paulo Peres

Review Article
The contributions of Jean A. Laponce to political science
William Safran

 

Books by Members

 

Les Forgerons de la Paix en Terre Promise: 1917-2017

Par
Georges Assima

Plus d'information ...

 

 

 

 

 

Elecciones y partidos en América Latina en el cambio de ciclo

Edited by
Alcántara, Manuel
Buquet, Manuel
Tagina, María Laura

More information ...

 

 

 

 

 


 


Quick Link:

IPSA Website

IPSA Portal

International Political Science Review

International Political Science Abstracts

World Political Science


Join our social network pages:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

9th Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association
20-22 June, 2019
Belfast, United Kingdom
Deadline: 17 December, 2018

Counter-narratives to Regional Cooperation: Contesting European Union
13-14 May, 2019
Duisburg, Germany
Deadline: 5 January, 2019

Workshop: Political Parties and Political Trust
24-25 April, 2019
Aarhus, Denmark
Deadline: 14 January, 2019

2019 American Political Science Association Annual Meeting: Populism and Privilege
29 August-1 September, 2019
Washington, DC, United States
Deadline: 15 January, 2019

12th Annual Conference of the Comparative Agendas Project (CAP)
6-8 June, 2019
Budapest, Hungary
Deadline: 15 February, 2019

The 4th Pacific International Politics Conference (PIPC)
5-6 July, 2019
Taipei, Taiwan
Deadline: 28 February, 2019

2019 Phiso International Conference and Exploratory Workshop - Diplomacy, Dialogue, and Discourse: The Praxes turn in IR
9-10 November, 2019
Cebu City, Philippines
Deadline: 7 June, 2019

 

Call for Papers (Journal)

The Matter Matters! – Political Education (politische Bildungen) in the Network of Social Materiality
Deadline: 31 December, 2018

Palgrave Communications
Deadline: 31 December, 2018

Politics and Governance
Deadline: 15 January, 2019

Glocalism- Journal of Culture, Politics and Innovation
Deadline: 31 January, 2019

 

Job, Fellowship & Internship Offers

2019 O’Brien Fellowships for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism at McGill University
Montreal, Canada
Deadline: 15 December, 2018

Director, Nordic Institute of Asian Studies (NIAS)
Copenhagen, Denmark
Deadline: 5 January, 2019

Concours de stage postdoctorale du CRIDAQ, édition 2019-2020 / CRIDAQ Postdoctoral Fellowship, 2019-2020
Montreal, Canada
Deadline: 5 January, 2019

Tenure Track Faculty: International Political Economy
Spain
Deadline: 7 January, 2019

Postdoctoral Researcher
Oxford, United Kingdom
Deadline: 7 January, 2019

Post doctoral fellow (one or several) to the Department of Political Science and GLD
Gothenburg, Sweden
Deadline: 10 January, 2019

Perry World House Postdoctoral Fellowship Program
Philadelphia, United States
Deadline: 12 January, 2019

IPSA! Assistant to the Methods Summer School Coordinator of IPSA
Deadline: 14 January, 2019

Postdoctoral Fellow in Survey Research
Oxford, United Kingdom
Deadline: 18 January, 2019

IPSA! Co-Editor Sought for International Political Science Review
Deadline: 25 January, 2019

IPSA! Assistant Editor (with Slavic language skills) Sought for the World Political Science (WPS)
Deadline: 30 January, 2019

Doctoral Programme in Governance
Berlin, Germany
Deadline: 31 January, 2019

Postdoctoral Positions in Political Economy and Economic Sociology at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Germany
Deadline: 31 January, 2019

Poste de professeure, professeur en pensée politique au Québec et au Canada
Montreal, Canada
Deadline: 15 February, 2019

COST Action CA15207 Invites Researchers to Submit Proposals for Short Term Scientific Missions
Deadline: 1 March, 2019

Fully Funded PhD Studentships at Trinity College
Dublin, Ireland
Deadline: 1 March, 2019

Visiting Researchers Program
Köln, Germany
Deadline: 30 April, 2019

 

Awards

Frank J. Goodnow Award
Deadline: 12 February, 2019

APSA Distinguished Teaching Award
Deadline: 12 February, 2019

Call for Nominations: Stein Rokkan Prize for Comparative Social Science Research
Deadline: 15 February, 2019


Privacy

You are receiving this newsletter because your are a member of IPSA or because you subscribed to the Newsletter. IPSA members list is stored on the IPSA server. We do not share it with any other party, unless required to by law. IPSA members list is kept strictly confidential.

To unsubscribe, send an email to newsletter@ipsa.org, with "unsubscribe" in the subject line.

International Political Science Association
General Information:
Phone: +1 514 848 8717 - Fax: +1 514 848 4095 - Email: info@ipsa.org

1590, av. Docteur-Penfield, bureau 331
Montréal (QC) H3G 1C5
CANADA

To place an ad in the IPSA Newsletter, members have to log in on their website profile.
Otherwise, contact: 
webmaster@ipsa.org

 

 


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Опубликовано: 18.12.18