The Standing Group on Analytical Politics and Public Choice, which is active within ECPR, has created the Duncan Black Award. This award honours a graduate student who has presented the best paper at the ECPR General Conference pursuing research in analytical politics that combines systematic theoretical thinking and rigorous empirical testing. The award carries a prize of 200 Euros. Panel Chairs are encouraged to nominate Papers. Self-nominations are welcome. In order to be considered for the prize, Papers must be submitted to email@example.com no later than 1 September.
ECPR Conference – IPT Section – Just War Theory, IPT, and the Autonomy
Deadline for abstracts: 10 February
I am putting together a panel proposal for the International
Political Theory section focussing on the intersection and implications of
recent debates within the just war tradition about the principle of the
moral equality of combatants with broader debates within international
political theory about communitarianism and cosmopolitanism. In particular,
much of the revisionist just war literature, along with much cosmopolitan
theory, pushes towards the replacement of politics by philosophy, compared
to the traditional Walzerian approach to just war theory which defends the
autonomy of politics. As such the panel welcomes papers that explore the
relationship between political decisions and moral principles in the context
of these debates.
If you are interested please submit abstracts for papers (150 words max.) to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 10 February.
Click HERE to see the Glasgow Section endorsed by the Standing Group on International Political Theory. (S022 – International Political Theory)
Deadline for Panels and Papers: 15 February.