International Teaching and Learning Conference 2019
17-19 June 2019, Jurys Inn Waterfront, Brighton #IntTLC19
Registration is now open. Click HERE.
The organising committee for the conference consists of representatives from the collaborating learned societies:
Professor John Craig and Dr Stuart Wilks-Heeg (Political Studies Association)
Dr Amanda Rosen and Dr Tanya Schwarz (American Political Science Association)
Professor Nick Robinson (British International Studies Association)
Professor Oddbjørn Knutsen (European Consortium for Political Research)
This conference aims to provide a forum in which political science educators from different countries and contexts can come together to explore these challenges and share their experiences and teaching practices. We welcome contributions which explore the challenges faced in national, international, or comparative contexts. We also welcome different approaches to understanding populism and the challenges that it may present to political science educators in different contexts. Click here to read the full conference theme.
When you submit a proposal to the conference your contact information will be shared to members of the organising committee for proposal review and conference scheduling.
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
All conference submissions should be submitted by 19th November 2018. The call for proposals is now CLOSED.
Click here to read the full call for papers.
Early Bird Registration Deadline Monday 8th February.
General Registration Deadline Monday 10th June.
Details of Travel Grants and Early Career/Student Rates will be made available soon.
Conference registration will open Monday 3rd December via the PSA Website.
- Registration fees are as follows:
Early Bird Rates (Monday 5th November-Friday 8th February)
- Member: £150
- Non-Member: £180
Standard Rates (Saturday 9th February-Monday 10th June)
- Member: £180
- Non-Member: £230
Student Rate (Monday 5th November-Monday 10th June)
- £60 - this rate is available to those currently enrolled at an institution studying toward an Undergraduate & Postgraduate Degree or undertaking a PhD.
*Note Member Rates are available to members or scholars from member institutions of the following organisations: PSA/APSA/BISA/ECPR.
When you register, you will be asked to accept that the data you provide at the time of registration will be shared with your respective association to confirm your membership and eligibility for member rates.
EQUALITY & DIVERSITY
The PSA/BISA/APSA/ECPR are committed to promoting equality and diversity in all areas of its work and the profession. Panel proposals must endeavour to reflect the gender diversity of the profession and therefore all-male panel submissions will not be considered.
Please do not contact individual members of the organising committee.
All queries regarding the conference should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org