Upcoming Conferences of the American Political Science Association

APSA Annual Meeting

“Rethink, Restructure, and Reconnect: Towards A Post-Pandemic Political Science.”

Montréal, Québec, Canada

September 15-18, 2022

General Conference Information


 

APSA Political Communication Section Pre-Conference

Political Communication in a Divided World: Polarisation, Populism and the Power of Group Representation

APSA Pre-Conference in Political Communication

Sept. 14, 2022

The pre-conference program is now available here!

It includes 12 panels and a Keynote Address by Yanna Krupnikov (Stony Brook University) on: "The Other Divide: Attention, Expression and Democracy"

The pre-conference will be held at the Université du Québec à Montréal in the Cœur de Science (175, avenue du Président-Kennedy, Montréal H2X3P2). For questions about your submission, please contact Allison Harell at lacpop@uqam.ca. We expect to hold the workshop in-person, but some hybrid options may be offered. Please indicate your preferences in the submission portal. All public health guidelines in place at the time will be followed. The Political Communication section will make available several travel awards to allow section members to travel to Montreal.

REGISTER FOR THE PRE-CONFERENCE HERE.

(& take a look at the initial CfP here.)


 

APSA 2022 Political Communication Section Travel Funding Application

APSA's Political Communication section has budgeted substantial funds (twice as much as we have ever given) to support the travel costs of targeted section members attending the 2022 APSA conference or Political Communication pre-conference meeting in Montréal. Our funding will be distributed through two programs:

The SPARK program for students:
To encourage career development opportunities and greater representation and visibility in our field, the Political Communication Section of APSA will be helping to provide some financial support to several conference and preconference participants. This support will be given to a small number of students (undergraduate, Master’s, and Ph.D.), with preference given to students from underrepresented groups, broadly defined. Advisors are encouraged to reach out to their students and advocate for them to submit. If selected for funding, students would be provided with $700 they could use to help offset hotel reimbursement, travel or registration for the main APSA conference.

Travel funding:

If you are participating in the APSA conference or Political Communication preconference in Montréal this year and will be reimbursed for 50% or less of your hotel and airfare expenses for the conference, the Political Communication Section can help! Funds are limited, and preference will be given to graduate students, section members, participants who add to the diversity of the discipline, and those who are listed in the preconference or conference programs. Section members selected to receive this funding will need to provide receipts for reimbursement after the conference.

To be considered for travel funding, please fill out this application by no later than 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on August 1, 2022.