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ECPR Conference Prague 07-10 September 2016. Call for panels in the SG Citizenship section

ECPR Conference Prague 07-10 September 2016. Call for panels in the SG Citizenship section

ECPR Conference Prague 07-10 September 2016. Call for panels in the SG Citizenship section Citizenship debates: Normative, empirical and policy reflections on contemporary developments Regional conflicts, economic and social crises have made citizenship one of the major political focal points for contemporary debates. This is heightened in the struggles over the rights and responsibilities concerning refugees and asylum seekers today. In the overwhelming exodus of people from the global south to north, the European Union as well as other states have…

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Reminder: PISA Joint session, 24-28th April 16 2016, Postnational Challenges and Tensions Between Citizenship and Nation-State

Reminder: PISA Joint session, 24-28th April 16 2016, Postnational Challenges and Tensions Between Citizenship and Nation-State

Reminder: PISA Joint session, 24-28th April 16 2016, Postnational Challenges and Tensions Between Citizenship and Nation-State Deadline for paper proposal is 1st December 15. If you wish to join please go to ECPR Website (http://ecpr.eu/Events/PanelList.aspx?EventID=101) Abstract Understood as the link between a sovereign political community and the individual, citizenship has served as a contested arena of social, legal and political struggles (Marshall, 1950). It has had a particularly strong association with nation-states, where concepts of nationalism, national unity and citizenship have…

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Political Citizenship and Social Movements – University of Portsmouth – 27-28 June 2016

Political Citizenship and Social Movements – University of Portsmouth – 27-28 June 2016

Citizenship Study Group and the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Standing Group on Citizenship: Political Citizenship and Social Movements University of Portsmouth, 27-28 June 2016 Sponsored by University of Portsmouth’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Citizenship, ‘Race’ and Belonging Research Group and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence The call of papers for this conference is now closed. We had a wonderful level of interest – with all slots filled – and we are now ready to take registration for…

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Remember to send your paper proposal for participating in our workshop in Pisa!

Remember to send your paper proposal for participating in our workshop in Pisa!

Remember to send your paper proposal for participating in our workshop in Pisa! ECPR Joint sessions of workshops. Pisa 24th – 28th April 2016 Call for papers Postnational challenges and tensions between citizenship and nation-state Workshop director: Katja Mäkinen, postdoctoral researcher, University of Jyväskylä, Finland Workshop co-director: Joe Turner, university teacher, University of Sheffield, UK Understood as the link between a sovereign political community and the individual, citizenship has served as a contested arena of social, legal and political struggles (Marshall…

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Extended deadline: Call for papers workshop ‘A process of (dis)integration?’: Citizens’ attitudes towards, and participation in, national and EUropean politics’

Extended deadline: Call for papers workshop ‘A process of (dis)integration?’: Citizens’ attitudes towards, and participation in, national and EUropean politics’

Extended deadline: Call for papers workshop ‘A process of (dis)integration?’: Citizens’ attitudes towards, and participation in, national and EUropean politics’ Portsmouth, 10-11 September 2015 Call for papers: Extended deadline 10 August 2015 The ECPR Standing Group on Citizenship in association with the Centre for European & International Studies Research (CEISR) and the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for the Study of a Transnational Europe (CESTE) are pleased to announce that our original call for papers to the above workshop, exploring citizens’ attitudes towards, and participation in,…

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Invitation to propose panels in the SG Citizenship section proposal for the next ECPR conference in Montreal 26.-29 August 2015

Invitation to propose panels in the SG Citizenship section proposal for the next ECPR conference in Montreal 26.-29 August 2015

Invitation to propose panels in the SG Citizenship section proposal for the next ECPR conference in Montreal 26.-29 August 2015 Please send us your name, affiliation, panel title and 60 words abstract before 31.10.2014. You also need to have an ECPR account (free). See attached file. All the best Trond Solhaug, Convenor.

Third Newsletter

Third Newsletter

Third Newsletter Dear colleagues, Please find a copy of the third newsletter of the Standing Group on Citizenship. You will find: – Call for ECPR Montreal 26-29.8.2015 general conference – panels to be included in the SG Citizenship section proposal. Deadline 25th October .2014 ; – Joint Session Warsaw – Paper deadline dec 1st; – The SG Citizenship meeting in Glasgow ECPR conference. See you in Warsaw!

Second Newsletter

Second Newsletter

Second Newsletter Dear colleagues, Please find a copy of the second newsletter of the Standing Group on Citizenship. You will find: – New ECPR SG framework adopted – agenda for discussion; – SG Citizenship panels accepted in Glasgow (ECPR); – A joint session for SG Citizenship in Warsaw (2015). See you in Glasgow in September (our SG meeting will be on Friday 5 September: 1245-1400)!

International Political Science Association in Montreal

International Political Science Association in Montreal

International Political Science Association in Montreal Our group organises two panels during the next IPSA in Montreal (July 18-24). Please joint us in one of those: Wednesday, July 23rd 17:00 – Palais des congrès 514a Panel: Political Participation of Young People in Changing Contexts Thursday, July 24th 13:00 – Palais des congrès 515a Panel: Citizenship Education: Trends and Developments