Call for Papers International Workshop A New Route for Participation: Democratic Innovations in Eastern Europe 11-12 May 2017, Södertörn University, Stockholm (Sweden) In recent decades the process of political representation faces several challenges and problems, while citizens have become increasingly discontent and gradually abandoned the traditional modes of involvement: electoral turnout is in decline, … Call for Papers: A New Route for Participation: Democratic Innovations in Eastern Europe
The 10th ECPR General Conference will be held from 7 -10 September 2016, at Charles University, Prague; the oldest institution of higher learning in Central Europe. The Standing Group on Central and East European Politics is organising the Section New Perspectives on the Cold War and its Legacies, and you can now submit your proposals … Call for Panels (with Papers) and individual Papers for the 2016 ECPR General Conference
Last chance to organise a Section at the Graduate Student Conference, University of Tartu, 10-13 July 2016 . The online proposal system closes at midnight tonight. For further information please read the guidelines or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The ECPR Press are looking for an Associate Editor with a passion for publishing to develop the expanding portfolio. Working alongside an existing Associate Editor and two Co-Editors, this is an excellent opportunity to network among the political science community, to build a reputation in your academic field, and to be part of a flourishing imprint … Vacancy: Associate Editor for ECPR Press
The Summer School will take place in Florence at the European University Institute from 5 – 11 July 2015 and will address fundamental issues such as: • How do people respond to crises in general and to the current economic crisis in particular? • What strategies are developed to cope with the crisis in the … Summer School on Citizens Resilience in Times of Crises
The ECPR Standing Group on Central and East European Politics will be holding a meeting in Bordeaux on Thursday 5 September, 1240-1400.