Archive for September 2008

[Previous message][Next message][Back to index]

[ecrea] Media and Politics Group, Political Studies Association

Thu Sep 11 15:06:18 GMT 2008

A reminder CFP; deadline looming (next Friday)

Call for papers.

Political Studies Association Annual Coerence

Challenges for Democracy in a Global Era
7 - 9 April 2009
The Manchester Conference Centre

The Media and Politics Group Panels
Deadline: Friday 19th September 2008

The Political Studies Association Annual Conference for 2009 is to be held
at the Manchester Conference Centre.  The Association's Media and Politics
Group (the MPG) will again be providing its own stream of panels, and we
invite proposals.  Papers dealing with any aspect of media and politics will
be considered, although priority may be given to those that relate to the
conference theme of "Challenges for Democracy in a Global Era".

This is the 59th PSA Annual Conference.  The PSA is the UK's leading
association in the study and research of politics and the second largest in
the world. The Media and Politics Group is one of its largest specialist groups.

Proposals should include the following: title and name, institutional
affiliation and address, and preferred email address; together with, a paper
title and abstract of not more than 200 words; and, whether or not you are a
postgraduate student.

Proposals should be sent on or before Friday 19th September 2008 to MPG
co-convenor Michael Higgins (Michael.higgins /at/
<mailto:(Michael.higgins /at/> .  Please note that this is an earlier
deadline than for non-MPG submissions and that late abstracts will not be

In common with previous years, abstracts submitted for the MPG stream will
be subject to two levels of peer review.  In addition, the PSA have a policy
of limiting panels to one postgraduate student.

With good wishes


Dr Michael Higgins
Department of English Studies
University of Strathclyde
G1 1XH

Telephone: +44(0)141 548 4678
Email: (michael.higgins /at/
Web: <>

Media and Their Publics out with Open University Press on 8th October. Available for pre-order now. <>

ECREA-Mailing list
This mailing list is a free service from ECREA.
To unsubscribe, please visit
ECREA - European Communication Research and Education Association
Postal address:
Université Libre de Bruxelles
c/o Dept. of Information and Communication Sciences
CP123, avenue F.D. Roosevelt 50, b-1050 Bruxelles, Belgium
Email: (info /at/

[Previous message][Next message][Back to index]