Continuity and Change: Celebrating thirty years of the PSAI Galway, 17‐ 19 October 2014 Hosted by: School of Political Science & Sociology, National University of Ireland Galway
On the thirtieth anniversary of its founding, the PSAI returns to Galway,the site of its first annual conference in 1984. In this anniversary year we particularly welcome papers that address the conference theme of 'Continuity and Change' and deal with temporal aspects of the political; including processes, institutions or mechanisms of political change as well as forces for continuity. In addition, paper and panel proposals are welcome in all areas of politics and international relations, and not just those with an Irish dimension.
This can include (but is not confined to):-
▪ Political theory and philosophy ▪ Political parties and elections ▪ Government, Governance, regulation and policy making ▪ Peace and conflict studies ▪ International Relations ▪ Local government and administration ▪ Political communication ▪ Political History ▪ Political Economy ▪ Politics and the Law ▪ Teaching and Learning for political science.
>Procedures for Submitting a Proposal >Please submit an abstract of no more than 150 words to: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. This abstract should be submitted as a word attachment and include: (1)the title of your paper; (2) your institutional affiliation; (3) your professional status ‐ whether academic, doctoral student, independent scholar/other; (4) your contact details, including your email.
Before submitting your proposal please consider assembling a panel. You can do this by bringing together other potential panelists yourself, or by contacting the appropriate PSAI specialist group (see www.psai.ie<http://www.psai.ie>). Panel proposals must include abstracts and contact details for each paper.
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