The latest news from the Political Studies Association and the world of political studies.
The New Zealand Political Studies Association has a reciprocal arrangement with the UK PSA whereby they offer to pay some conference costs of one UK member, attending their annual conference, providing they meet certain criteria.…read on
HoDs Survey: Early Career Researchers (ECRs) Maternity/Parental Provision in Political Science Departments
Dr Sadiya Akram and Dr Zoe Pflaeger Young are undertaking work mapping out measures for supporting ECRs returning to work after maternity/parental leave in Political Science and International Studies Departments.…read on
Opportunity for a consultant: are you interested in developing Higher Education teaching resources for the Houses of Parliament?…read on
As part of the PSA Awards 2017, the PSA is pleased to announce the launch of a new annual prize named in honour of Jo Cox: the Jo Cox Prize for Public Service and Active Citizenship.…read on
The UK’s decision to leave the EU on 23 June 2016 has given birth to new political identities, a new report from The UK in a Changing Europe and commissioned by the Political Studies Association, shows. …read on
Academics from across the UK have joined forces to publish a robust analysis of the 2017 UK election.…read on