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Small Grant Awardees (2018)

Posted by Lucas Czarnecki •

In 2008, the ISPP Governing Council decided to use a portion of the income from ISPP investment funds for small grants that further the goals of the ISPP. Today the purpose of these modest grants is to "strengthen our organization and promote excellence in political psychology." While all proposals related to political psychology are welcome, historically the Allocations Committee has favored proposals that establish mini-conferences of political psychologists to network scholars in regions where such formal gatherings in the field do not exist.

The 2017- 2018 Allocations Committee is proud to present this year's winners. 

Our 2018 Awardees:

Alexa Bankert, University of Georgia, USA "Southern Political Psychology Workshop"

Barbara Lá┼íticová, Slovak Academy of Sciences , Slovakia; Anna Kende, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary; Katarzyna Jasko, Jagellonian University, Poland; Stephen D. Reicher, , University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom "Boundaries, Norms, and Conflicts: Understanding Intergroup Relations and Rising Intolerance Across Europe and Beyond"

Rosalie Chen, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Peter Beattie, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong "Political Psychology: An East Asian Experience (First Asian Political Psychology conference)"

Demet Islambay, Middle East Technical University, Aalborg University, Denmark; Brady Wagoner, Aalborg University, Denmark; Ignacio Brescó de Luna, Aalborg University, Denmark "Historical Representations of Minorities in Societies with Identity-Based Conflict"

Abdulla Omaigan, Durham University, United Kingdom; Everado Perez-Manjjarez, Autonomo University of Madrid, Spain; Thalia Magioglou, London School of Economics, United Kingdom; Benjamin Bowman, University of Bath, United Kingdom; Isolde de Groot, University of Humanistic Studies, The Netherlands "Bridging the Gaps Around Political Identity: Advancing the Political Psychology-Education Interface Towards Effective Youth Civic Engagement"

Roberto Gonzalez, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile; Anna Wlodarczyk, Universidad Católica del Norte, Chile; Craig McGarty, Western Sydney University, Australia "Pacific Meeting for the Psychology of Social Change"

Christopher Weber, University of Arizona, USA "2018 ISPP Summer Academy"

Chadly Stern, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA; Joanna Sterling, Princeton University, USA; Benjamin Ruisch, Cornell University, USA "10th Annual Political Psychology Preconference, at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting"

 

Congratulations to all of this year's Small Grant Awardees!

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