call for panels & papers ECPR 2021 – Section Internet and the Quality of Democracy”

The section “Internet and the Quality of Democracy” has been accepted for the 2021 ECPR General Conference (at the University of Innsbruck or online) with eight panels (https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/SectionDetails/1130 ). See below our section description. The call for panels (with 4-5 papers) and papers is open until Wednesday 10 February 2021, midnight GMT. Please submit your abstracts for…

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European Consortium of Political Research, General Conference, 31 August – 2 September. Section: A DECADE OF CRISIS AND RESILIENCE IN SOUTHERN EUROPE, Organised by the ECPR Standing Group on Southern European Politics

Call for papers and panels Crisis seems to have become a way of life in Southern Europe. In states which have traditionally been regarded as weak, the major public health and economic crises generated by the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 are severely testing their administrative and policy capacity, affecting their…

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WISC WORLD INTERNATIONAL STUDIES COMMITTEE Call for Applications: Open Virtual International Workshops for Early Career Researchers, 18 May 2021

In line with the tradition of exploratory workshops, themes may include, but are not limited to, topics that invite intellectual debates, such as globality, decoloniality, relationality, and other, perhaps more ‘classical’, approaches. Selected papers will be grouped into panels and discussed with senior scholars from the Global South and the…

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Interdisciplinary Political Studies – Call for articles for the Special Issue “The Politics and Policies of Constitutional Reforms in Times of Crisis and Great Transformations”

(Guest Editors: Diego Giannone and Adriano Cozzolino) – Deadline for Abstracts: June 26th, 2020 The subject of constitutional reform has triggered a huge number of debates in legal scholarship and political/legal philosophy over the last century and beyond. Yet, in the last few decades political scientists and political economists too…

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Call for Papers Rivista DeEuropa n.1/2021: The (re)configuration of the Euro-Mediterranean space after the 2011 Arab uprisings: borders, politics and identity

The political events that affected the Mediterranean Middle East and North Africa (MENA) after the 2011 uprisings have paved the way for a new conceptualisation (and management) of border issues, which has had a dramatic effect on Europe and the southern Mediterranean countries. On the one hand, Europe is facing…

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