[PolPsy-DEU] WG: Submissions for ISPP 2021 Annual Meeting FINAL REMINDER!
van der Noll, Jolanda
jolanda.vandernoll at fernuni-hagen.de
So Nov 29 14:38:18 CET 2020
Please remember, that the deadline for submission for the ISPP conference is THIS TUESDAY.
Von: 2021 ISPP Program Chairs <Montreal2021 at ispp.org>
Gesendet: Sonntag, 29. November 2020 14:36
An: van der Noll, Jolanda <jolanda.vandernoll at fernuni-hagen.de>
Betreff: Submissions for ISPP 2021 Annual Meeting FINAL REMINDER!
2021 ISPP Annual Conference
Recognition and (Re)claiming spaces: Marginalization, Colonization, and Privilege
July 11-13, 2021
Submission Deadline: 1 December 2020 - Final Reminder!
This is the final reminder for the submissions deadline for the 44th ISPP Annual Meeting! Given the uncertainty for safe travel next summer, the ISPP leadership has decided to move our 2021 Annual Meeting online. The online format, which we successfully used for the ISPP 2020 conference, will include a variety of opportunities to present your work, receive feedback, and network with colleagues. The conference will be set in 3 times zones to accommodate speakers and attendees in East Asia/Oceania, Eurasia/Africa, and the Americas. We are interested in bringing together new research from a range of disciplines: political science, psychology, sociology, economics, anthropology, biology, communication, history, philosophy, and other disciplines. We hope to bring about an exciting intellectual exchange that will enrich the study of political psychology and help us to better understand the dynamics of society and politics in the world today.
To begin the submission process please click below:
THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS 1 DECEMBER 2020 - Final Reminder!
The submission portal will be open through 1 December 2020 for papers, posters, blitz presentations, panels, and roundtables.
The Program Committee will review your proposal, and notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to you via email in late January or early February 2021.
Please note that if your proposal is accepted, you will also need to confirm your participation by making sure to register and pay for conference attendance by 17 March 2021 (or you will be removed from the program and you will not be scheduled to present at the conference).
Waikaremoana Waitoki (The University of Waikato)
Title: Indigenising psychology: claiming a kaupapa Māori space (Waikaremoana Waitoki, Ngāti Mahanga, Ngāti Hako) | Bio: Dr. Waikaremoana Witoki is a Senior Research Fellow in the Māori Psychology Research Unit at the University of Waikato and a clinical psychologist with work and research interests in Kaupapa Māori psychology. Waikaremoana is currently the President of the New Zealand Psychological Society. See their Faculty Page<https://www.waikato.ac.nz/fass/about/staff/moana> for more information.
Jeffrey Ansloos (University of Toronto)
Title: Beyond Recognition, Towards Abolition: Indigenous Theories of Change and Justice in Psychology | Bio: Dr. Jeffrey Ansloos is a Registered Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Indigenous Health and Social Policy in the Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Dr. Ansloos is the Canada Research Chair in Critical Studies in Indigenous Health and Social Action on Suicide. Dr. Ansloos is Nehiyaw (Cree) and English and is a member of Fisher River Cree Nation (Ochekwi-Sipi; Treaty 5). He was born and raised in the heart of Treaty 1 territory in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Felicia Pratto, ISPP President
Carla Houkamau & Allison Harell, Co-chairs, ISPP 2021 Conference
For any inquiries about the International Society of Political Psychology, becoming a member, or looking for resources and member funding opportunities, please visit our website<https://www.ispp.org/>!
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