Posted by: nucleargal | November 22, 2010

ISPP Annual Meeting — Call for Papers

ISPP has announced its call for papers for the 2011 annual meeting. It’s a great place for networking and mentoring with other Junior Scholars!

Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP)
July 9th – 12th, 2011
Istanbul, Turkey

“Cooperation and Human Societies: Towards a Multidisciplinary Political Psychology”
To address this year’s theme, the program committee hopes to create a setting in which diverse scholars can come together to discuss the ways in which positive aspects of human nature influence political phenomenon. We are particularly interested in bringing together different perspectives and new findings from the fields of anthropology, biology, economics, philosophy, political science, and psychology to create an exciting intellectual forum in which scholars can exchange views and work towards the development of a political psychology that focuses on both positive and negative facets of human behavior.To view the call for papers and submit your proposal, please visit the ISPP Annual Meeting website at http://www.ispp.org and click on Annual ISPP Meeting. In addition you will find information about the conference venue and hotels in Istanbul to assist with travel planning. The deadline for submissions of proposals is February 4, 2011.

Farrah Stone Graham, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, International Society of Political Psychology
919 W. Franklin Street Box 843061
Richmond, VA 23284-3061
USA Phone 1 804 828 1989
ispp@vcu.edu

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