[PolPsy-DEU] Exciting Political Psychology Conferences for the New Year -- starting Jan 11th
van der Noll, Jolanda
jolanda.vandernoll at fernuni-hagen.de
Mi Jan 6 19:02:12 CET 2021
please see below for information on Political Psychology conferences and publication opportunities.
Von: steeringcommittee at ecpr.eu <steeringcommittee at ecpr.eu>
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 6. Januar 2021 15:42
An: van der Noll, Jolanda <jolanda.vandernoll at fernuni-hagen.de>
Betreff: Exciting Political Psychology Conferences for the New Year -- starting Jan 11th
You have received this email as a member of the Standing Group on Political Psychology.
On behalf of our ECPR Political Psychology Standing Group, many wishes to all for a healthy, happy, and calmer 2021! A few news items that are of interest:
Next week we are proudly co-hosting the 3rd Annual UK Political Psychology Conference. It is a virtual event and it takes place throughout the week (11th-15th January 2021) with pre-recorded video presentions and live roundtable events in the morning and afternoon. The conference is free to attend, and you can find the programme of pre-recorded presentations and registration link for the live roundtables here:
Places are limited in zoom meeting rooms so please make sure you register to reserve your place.
Up next is the 2nd 24-hours of Political Psychology Conference of the German Political Psychology Network which will take place on February 25th (afternoon) and February 26th (morning) 2021. Mark the dates for this event and you can find more information here: https://polpsynet.netlify.app/conference.html#call-for-papers
Our very own ECPR Political Psychology Section titled The Political Psychology of Transitions, Disruptions, and Interruptions: Understanding Crises, Normality and Their Psychological Impacts has been accepted for the ECPR General Conference in Innsbruck (Aug 31-Sept 3 2021).
Our section hosts the following 8 panels:
1. Transitions, disruptions, and interruptions: the political psychology of unexpected events and crises
2. Fake, False, or Polarised: news and the political psychology of (mis)perception
3. Who Shall You Follow? citizens and the political psychology of leadership
4. With Malice towards Some: compassion, hate, and the political psychology of prejudice
5. United We Stand: group identities, attachments, and the political psychology of cohesion
6. Divided We Fall: resentments, polarization, and political psychology at the extremes
7. Survivors of trauma: the political psychology of loss and mourning 8. Global Friends and Enemies: the political psychology of international conflict and cooperation
The full section details are available here https://ecpr.eu/Events/Event/SectionDetails/1161
and the call for papers is open until February 17th. You can submit your papers here: https://ecpr.eu/MyEcpr/Forms/PaperProposalForm.aspx?EventID=151
Another exciting opportunity for us to meet virtually is at the 2021 ISPP Annual Conference which will take place from July 11-13, 2021. The conference is virtual again this year and it will be very busy. Not only does it host cutting edge panels in political psychology, but also for the first time this year there is a very low registration fee available for colleagues who have not sent in their proposals but wish to only attend as audience. Make sure you share the information https://ispp.org/meetings/
And for those of you interested in publishing in political psychology publication outlets, Routledge introduced recently its Routledge Series in Political Psychology (please see attached PDF) and are inviting your manuscripts. They are joining the Palgrave Series in Global Political Psychology and the Cambridge Studies in Public Opinion and Political Psychology in promoting our field so please consider them for your manuscripts.
Do get in touch with us if you would like to share notifications and political psychology news and looking forward to seeing many of you in one of our events above!
Tereza and Jolanda
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