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CfP: What Actually Happened? Analysing the 2019 Euroelections in Southern Europe

Call for Papers Panel for the Section on ‘Southern Europe: A Post-Crisis Zone?’ ECPR General Conference, University of Wroclaw, 4-7 September 2019 WHAT ACTUALLY HAPPENED? ANALYSING THE 2019 EUROELECTIONS IN SOUTHERN EUROPE The main aim of the panel is to offer an in-depth comparative investigation of the electoral results of the European elections of 2019. Is CfP: What Actually Happened? Analysing the 2019 Euroelections in Southern Europe

Submit a Panel or Paper for the SEP Section at the 2017 ECPR General Conference

DRAWING THE BOUNDARIES OF SOUTHERN EUROPE: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES. Our section has been accepted for the 11th ECPR General Conference at Universitetet i Oslo (6-9 September 2017). The Academic Convenors have provisionally allocated our Section 7 Panels. There may be a possibility to increase the allocation with 1 or 2 additional Panels in light of Submit a Panel or Paper for the SEP Section at the 2017 ECPR General Conference

ECPR Standing Group on Southern European Politics – Statement on academic freedom in Turkey

As a research network of social scientists studying the countries of Southern Europe, including Turkey, we declare our firm opposition to military intervention in politics and our unwavering support for democracy and the rule of law in Turkey. At the same time, we express our deep concern about the limitations to academic freedom introduced in ECPR Standing Group on Southern European Politics – Statement on academic freedom in Turkey

CfP Transforming Politics in Spain

Call for contributions: TRANSFORMING POLITICS IN SPAIN: LOCAL, REGIONAL AND STATE-WIDE PERSPECTIVES Foresight Centre, University of Liverpool, UK 7th June 2016 Workshop supported by the University Association for Contemporary European Studies, Aberystwyth University and the University of Liverpool Organisers: Dr. Anwen Elias (Aberystwyth University) and Prof. Richard Gillespie (Liverpool University) The workshop aims to examine CfP Transforming Politics in Spain

First edition of the Master in Social Sciences offered by the Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Ciencies (Carlos III University)

The Carlos III-Juan March Institute (IC3JM) at the Carlos III University of Madrid offers a twoyear Master in Social Sciences, taught entirely in English, with paths of specialization in Political Science, Sociology and Economic History. Its first edition starts in September 2106. It is an academic Master, with 120 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System), whose First edition of the Master in Social Sciences offered by the Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Ciencies (Carlos III University)