Call for Proposals: ECPR Joint Sessions 2015, University of Warsaw

ECPR has now opened a call for proposals for the 2015 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, which will be held on March 29 – April 2, 2015, at the University of Warsaw.

The ECPR Workshops are highly valued by political and social scientists across the world for its unique format encouraging scholars to gather and discuss their research in a focused environment. With each Workshop limited to 15-20 participants, each Paper can be afforded its due consideration.

In addition to building and expanding a network of political science peers, Workshops can lead to the publication of research and the formation of Standing Groups.

Call for Workshop proposals

Workshop proposals can be submitted by logging the MyECPR account and completing the proposal form. A guide to how to propose a Workshop is available on the ECPR Website. The deadline for submission of Workshop proposals is February 1, 2014. You will hear the outcome of your proposal to direct a Workshop in April 2014.

Any queries should be addressed to Marcia Taylor.

Registration Fee

As relayed to all Official Representatives in September by email, there will be a registration fee for the 2015 Joint Sessions of 100€ for academic staff and 50€ for students from ECPR Member institutions. Workshop Directors and participants from the host institution will, however, will remain free of charge.

The fee for those from non-member institutions (limited to no more than 10 per cent of participants, or two participants, whichever is less, per Workshop), will be as follows:

  • Non-Member Academics €450
  • Non-Member Students €400

Funding

Funding opportunities will be available, with further information available next year.

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