IPSA at the 2021 APSA Annual Meeting in Seattle
Publication date: Thu, 09 Sep 2021
IPSA once again has a strong representation at the 2021 APSA Annual Meeting, which will be held from 30 September to 3 October under the theme Promoting Pluralism in Seattle, Washington, or virtually from 28 September to 3 October 2021.
Although we announced our participation in the 2021 Annual Meeting onsite, the current circumstances forced us to cancel our trip to Seattle. IPSA is still organizing an online Pre-APSA Annual Meeting Workshop, a panel and having a virtual booth at the event.
IPSA Pre-APSA Annual Meeting Workshop (Free Online Event)
IPSA will organize a Pre-APSA Annual Meeting Workshop, titled The Importance of Developing Ties between Political Science Associations. IPSA President Dr. Dianne Pinderhughes will chair the online workshop with the participation of the following prominent scholars on Monday, 27 September, from 9 am to 10:45 am Pacific Time (U.S. and Canada).
Chair: Dr. Dianne Pinderhughes, University of Notre Dame, IPSA President and former APSA President
Speakers (in alphabetical order):
- Dr. Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State University, APSA President
- Dr. Kristian Skrede Gleditsch, University of Essex, ISA President
- Dr. Rodney Hero, Arizona State University, former IPSA Vice-President and former APSA President
- Prof. Dr. Marianne Kneuer, University of Hildesheim, IPSA Past President
- Dr. Helen V. Milner, Princeton University, former IPSA and ISA President
How to attend?
The workshop will be held online and broadcast on Zoom. The event is FREE OF CHARGE, but advance online registration is required.
When: Monday, 27 September, from 16:00 to 17:45 (UTC).
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to join the webinar.
IPSA will also present an online panel chaired by IPSA Executive Committee member Umut Korkut, under the theme Radicalization and De-radicalization as Processes and the Role of the State. This panel will look at papers that analyze recent cases of radicalization, considering the role of the state in facilitating the growth of contemporary right-wing radicalism. An understanding of the evolution of radicalization along an I-GAP (injustice-grievance-alienation-polarization), a term at the heart of the Horizon 2020-funded D.Rad: Deradicalization in Europe and Beyond: Detect, Resolve, Reintegrate, will serve as its point of departure.
If you are a participant, we invite you to attend this panel discussion on Wednesday, 29 September, from 13:00 to 14:30 (UTC).
For more information about the 2021 Annual Meeting, please visit the event website.