The Australian Political Studies Association’s (APSA) Annual Conference is the Association’s most significant event. It provides an opportunity for political scientists from around Australia and overseas to gather in a collegial atmosphere to present and discuss current research. The networking opportunities are invaluable, particularly for early career researchers.
2021 APSA Conference: Politics in the Age of Uncertainty
Following the cancellation of the 2020 Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Annual Conference at Macquarie University, the Discipline of Politics & International Relations in the Macquarie School of Social Sciences, in partnership with APSA, is excited to be hosting the 2021 APSA conference ‘Politics in the Age of Uncertainty’.
Theme: ‘Politics in the Age of Uncertainty’ recognises the upheavals of contemporary politics in light of, but not limited to, COVID-19, and invites an explicit focus on the causes, manifestations and consequences of the new political, technological and ideological constellations of our time.
When: Monday 20 September – Wednesday 22 September 2021 (Postgraduate Workshop on Sunday 19th September 2021).
Where: We will continue to monitor the health advice of the University, and State and Federal authorities. Our plan is to hold the conference either purely online, as a face-to-face event in the New Arts Precinct Building or a hybrid of both formats.
Key dates and deadlines:
- Abstract submissions open: 1 December 2020
- Abstract submissions close: 3 May 2021, 11:59pm AEST
- Authors notified of results: 4 June 2021
All abstracts must follow the instructions and format listed on the Call for Papers webpage: https://event.mq.edu.au/apsa-2021/ and be submitted to email@example.com by midnight AEST Monday 3 May 2021, 11:59pm AEST. Other enquiries regarding the APSA Annual Conference 2021 should contact the Conference Secretariat, Ms Kelli-Lee Drake at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The organisers of APSA2020 are from the Discipline of Politics and International Relations in the Macquarie School of Social Sciences, which includes::
- Dr Sung-Young Kim (Chair)
- Dr Jumana Bayeh (Co-Chair)
- Dr Francesco Stolfi (Co-Chair)
- Dr Ian Tregenza (Co-Chair)
- Ms Kelli-Lee Drake (Departmental Administrator)
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