The New England Political Science Association (NEPSA) invites proposals for papers and panels to be presented at its 2014 annual meeting at the Woodstock Inn in Woodstock, Vermont, United States on April 25 – 26, 2014.
In NEPSA’s 65th year, we continue to welcome a broad array of panel and paper proposals reflecting the various subfields of our discipline. Proposals should be submitted by e-mail, with the proposal in the message text (please do not send attachments), to the relevant section head. Those unsure of the appropriate section may submit to more than one but must inform the relevant section heads of parallel submissions.
Due to an anticipated high volume of submissions from faculty and advanced graduate students, we are unable to accept submissions from undergraduates. However, we enthusiastically encourage faculty who involve undergraduates in their scholarship to bring students to the conference as co-presenters where appropriate.
Except in special situations, individuals are restricted to participation in no more than two panels. If you are on two panels in two different sections, please inform both section heads about your participation with the other section’s panel.
Please include the following information in your submission:
- Name(s), Institution(s)
- Year Ph.D. received or expected
- Title of paper, Abstract
Steven Lichtman – Shippensburg University
- American Politics: Rachael Cobb – Suffolk University
- Canadian Politics: Jamie Gillies – St. Thomas University (New Brunswick)
- Comparative Politics: Lisa Glidden – State University of New York – Oswego
- International Relations: Dave Benjamin – University of Bridgeport
- Political Theory: Marc Sable – Bethany College
- Politics and History: Dante Scala – University of New Hampshire
- Public Law: Helen Knowles – Skidmore College
- Public Policy: June Sager Speakman – Roger Williams University