Date: 2015-02-12
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Subject: CFP: 2015 Prairie Political Science Association Annual Conference

CFP: 2015 Prairie Political Science Association Annual Conference


The 8th Annual Meeting of the Prairie Political Science Association will be held in Banff, Alberta, Canada from September 11th to 13th, 2015.


The spectacular Kinnear Centre at the Banff Centre, its professional staff and meeting organizers offer an unparalleled conference experience in a breathtaking setting. On-site accommodation, sophisticated audio-visual equipment, and day-long catering services help you maintain your focus. Easy interaction with colleagues in cafes, bars, and restaurants at the Centre and in Banff promote the exchange of ideas. Extensive exercise facilities and access to the great outdoors add another dimension to what is always a welcoming, productive, and enlivening conference.


Generally, the conference’s program is broken up into the following sections: Provincial Politics, Canadian Politics, Comparative Politics, Political Thought, International Relations, Public Policy/Administration, and Teaching and Learning. Efforts are made to ensure that the final program reflects a broad range of methodological and theoretical approaches and proposals from all fields of political science are encouraged.  Deadline for paper proposals is March 31st, 2015.


Please submit a paper proposal of 150-250 words at the following link: http://www.prairiepsa.com/?p=0&action=submit-paper


The PPSA conference has often been used to bring together groups of researchers working on a common project.  As such, proposals for single panel or multi-panel workshops on a particular theme are welcome.  All workshop proposals should be made via PanelProposal@prairiepsa.com. Be sure to include the names and affiliations of presenters at the panel as well as the abstracts for their presentation.


Any questions about the 2015 PPSA conference can be directed towards Dr. David McGrane, President of the PPSA, at david.mcgrane@usask.ca


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