SG Identity on social media

SG Identity on social media

We are happy to announce that the SG has a Facebook page and a Twitter account @SGidentityECPR. Please, visit the website and check the FB page and Twitter feed for the newest events, initiatives, and comments. We will be glad to use the newly created SG’s social media platform to distribute information about members’ new publications, projects, calls for papers, or job openings related to the focus of our group. Just drop us an email or tweet at us with…

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Call for papers and panels – ECPR General Conference Hamburg

Call for papers and panels – ECPR General Conference Hamburg

S33: “Identity and Challenges to Democracy”: ECPR General Conference Section organized by the SG on Identity The call for papers and panels is now open! Your paper and panel proposals should be submitted through the ECPR website by 15 February. Robert Dahl has famously argued that democracy has undergone major transformations from its very inception until today, among others, from the democratic city-states to the nation-states, from small-scale polities to mass democracies. A shared identity among the people of a…

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Call for ideas and proposals: Identity section at ECPR general Conference Hamburg 2018

Call for ideas and proposals: Identity section at ECPR general Conference Hamburg 2018

The Standing Group Identity is proposing to host a section at the next ECPR General Conference in Hamburg (Sep. 2018). As we want to give you the opportunity to present and discuss your work in one of the panels, we’re asking you to let us know which topics you’d like to see addressed in the section proposal. Please send your ideas to SGidentityECPR@gmail.com by 10 November. You’re welcome to send us a more elaborate panel proposal, but just a short…

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Welcome to the ECPR Standing Group ‘Identity’

Welcome to the ECPR Standing Group ‘Identity’

The ECPR Standing Group Identity provides a forum for researchers studying identity as a driving force for change as well as a causal factor for individuals’ and groups’ capability to adapt to new challenges. Our aim is bringing social scientists together to share insights on identity and its impact on social and political life. On this website, you will find information about the goals, members and activities of the Standing Group. Please feel free to contact us with information about…

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