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Call for papers: 2016 IPSA Conference (Istanbul, 23-28 July, 2016)

Call for papers: 2016 IPSA Conference (Istanbul, 23-28 July, 2016)


Call for papers: 24th World Congress of Political Science (IPSA), Istanbul, July 23-28, 2016

“Politics in a World of Inequalities”

The deadline for the Call for Submissions (PDF) for the next IPSA World Congress of Political Science is fast approaching!
**You have until October 7 to submit your closed panel or paper proposals**

Please take notice of the Instructions before submitting your panel proposal.

For more information, please visit the WC2016 website




Convictions religieuses et délibération publique
Chair: Prof. Marc-Antoine DilhaC

Finding Equality in Tolerance: Freedom of Religion and Expression’s Midlle Ground
Chair: Dr. Douglas Castro

Imagining an Alternative ‘Post-Secular’ State: Historicizing and Comparing National Struggles over Resecularization
Chair: Prof. Yasuyuki Matsunaga

Politics and theology thinking the cultural foundations of the inequality
Chair: Dr. Emilce Cuda

Religion and Alternative Models of Economic Development in Times of Crisis
Chair: Dr. Luca Ozzano

Religion as a Factor of immigrant’s Integration in late XX and early XXI century
Chair: Prof. Miroljub Jevtic

Religion, Education Alternatives and Citizenship
Chair: Dr. Alberta Giorgi

Sectarian Violence: The Impact of Changing Regional Politics and International Relations
Chair: Prof. Keiko Sakai

Secularisms and Equality in Europe
Chair: Prof. Giorgio Shani

The War of Terror, Popular Geopolitics, and the (Re)Production of Islamophobia
Chair: Prof. Sabah Alnasseri

Turkey Originated Transnational Islamic Movements and Institutions
Chair: Prof. istar gozaydin

Call for sections: 2016 ECPR Graduate Student Conference

Call for sections: 2016 ECPR Graduate Student Conference

The next Graduate Student Conference will take place at the University of Tartu in Estonia from 10-13 July 2016. The Call for Sections is open until 30 September, and the board of the standing group on ‘religion and politics’ invites young scholars to propose a section related to our field of expertise.

If you have any questions about the conference, please don’t hesitate to contact the conference organization at and/or the standing group convenor, Prof. Jeff Haynes, at

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