Event Date/Time: Jul 06, 2003
End Date/Time: Jul 09, 2003
Paper Submission Date:
Dec 31, 2002
Because of proliferating international migration, formerly homogeneous societies are becoming increasingly diverse. At the same time globalization, concentrations of national power, and the lack of a stable international political system add to the challenges of both domestic and international politics. Submissions that address any aspect of these themes, as well as those which address the full range of theory and research in political psychology, are welcomed.
The ISPP program consists of papers, symposia, roundtables, interactive papers and posters, and workshops. We encourage a wide range of styles of presentation
Offers to chair paper sessions or serve as a discussant are welcome. Please indicate your area of expertise and interest, and provide a full address.
The deadline for submissions is December 31 2002 but earlier submissions are welcome. Late submissions will be accepted and scheduled according to available space on the program. If you need acceptance of your paper in order to get funding, please submit EARLY and make clear that you have to meet such a deadline. A formal letter of invitation can be sent to you by the Program Chair once your paper is accepted.
Participants must arrange their own travel and accommodation to Boston.
Once your paper is accepted it will be entered into the Preliminary Program. However, pre-registration is required of ALL speakers and if you do NOT register by the deadline, your paper will be removed from the Final Program.
The preliminary program, along with pre-registration materials (including accommodations and travel information) will be mailed to all ISPP members and those participating in mid-March 2003. Proposals are Due by: December 31, 2002. This deadline is important to allow participants ample time to secure funding to attend. Late proposals will be accepted based on available space on the program. T