Political Psychology, the journal of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) solicits nominations, including self-nominations, for Book Review Editor of the journal.
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The Berlin Summer School in Social Sciences aims at promoting young researchers by strengthening their methodological understanding in linking theory and empirical research. The summer school will take place July 15-27, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Applications can be submitted until March 31, 2012.
Applications are now considered for the second ISPP Summer Academy which will be held in Chicago, USA on July 3-5 2012. The program contains five substantive courses by prominent scholars such as Susan Condor (Lancaster University), Doris Graber (University of Illinois, Chicago), Jack Levy (Rutgers University), Victor Ottati (Loyola University Chicago) Felicia Pratto (University of Connecticut), Leonie Huddy and Stanley Feldman (Stony Brook University).
ISPP is seeking nominations for our annual awards. Click this link to see the awards descriptions and the contact information for award chairs: http://www.ispp.org/awards Deadline is February 15, 2012.
A meeting on "Power, Politics, and Paranoia: Why People are Suspicious about Their Leaders" will take place in "Felix Meritis", directly in the historical centre of Amsterdam on July 13-14 2012. Scholars who are interested in presenting at this meeting should submit an abstract (max. 200 words) before 16 March 2012.
Next summer (30.July-3.August, 2012) Fathali M. Moghaddam will give a course on terrorism entitled: "Understanding Terrorism and Security in Global Context: Psychological Roots, Consequences, and Interventions"
Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) July 6th - 9th, 2012 Chicago, USA welcomes panels, papers, posters, roundtables and workshops on any topic in political psychology. The deadline for submissions of proposals is Friday, February 3, 2012.
A special issue of Political Psychology on Narratives of (In) Security: Nationhood, Culture, Religion, and Gender, edited by Molly Andrews, Catarina Kinnvall and Kristen Monroe is seeking papers that focus on the psychological dimensions of narratives and myths.
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