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Call for Papers: PSA Annual Conference 2019, Nottingham

We are excited to announce that details of the 2019 PSA Annual Conference have been released! The conference will be held at the Nottingham Conference Centre on 15-17 April 2019, with the conference theme (Un)Sustainable Politics in a Changing World. More information is available on the PSA's website.  The Call for Papers is now open! We strongly encourage all… Continue reading Call for Papers: PSA Annual Conference 2019, Nottingham

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PSA Annual Conference 2018, Cardiff

The PSA Annual International Conference is being held from 26th - 28th March in Cardiff. The theme of the conference is Politics of Our Times: Asking the Difficult Questions. We are hosting two panels at the conference this year, both of which engage with challenging debates and difficult questions regarding the future of environmental politics.… Continue reading PSA Annual Conference 2018, Cardiff

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Call for Papers: PSA Annual Conference 2018

The next PSA Annual Conference will be held at Cardiff City Hall, 26-28 March 2018. The theme of the conference is Politics of Our Times: Asking the Difficult Questions. More information is available on the PSA website. Registration for the conference is already open with Early Bird rates available. Our Group will propose up to… Continue reading Call for Papers: PSA Annual Conference 2018

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Climate Politics in Interesting Times: Workshop Recap

Last Friday, the PSA Environment Specialist Group hosted a workshop at Keele University to discuss Climate Politics in Interesting Times. The event was made possible through funding provided by the Political Studies Association, as part of their Pushing the Boundaries programme. The theme for the event had been inspired by discussions held at the PSA… Continue reading Climate Politics in Interesting Times: Workshop Recap

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Programme Released: Climate Politics in Interesting Times

We are excited to announce the programme for our upcoming event at Keele University on Climate Politics in Interesting Times.   The event will consist of two academic panels, a grant writing clinic, and a roundtable on the future of climate politics. We are fortunate to have such esteemed guests as Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of the Green Party,… Continue reading Programme Released: Climate Politics in Interesting Times