Are you polishing a dissertation chapter, turning it into a journal article, thinking about your first book manuscript, drafting or re-drafting a work you currently have in progress? This conference is for you! Join the American Politics Group on Friday, June 23rd, at the Vere Harmsworth Library in Oxford to share your research in US Politics.
The APG embraces a broad definition of US Politics to include, for example, social, cultural, and institutional politics, governance, political history, domestic policy at federal, state and local levels as well as foreign policy and international relations. To submit your paper proposal, please complete the Google Form before Wednesday, 10th May. An automated response will confirm the safe receipt of your submission. After the deadline, you will be notified by e-mail of the outcome.
Proposals for individual papers or panels are welcome (4 presenters max) through the Google Form. If you are suggesting a panel, please have one person in your group complete the form. To be considered, at least one presenter in your panel should identify as female.
All paper presenters will be eligible to claim up to £55 towards their travel costs.
The conference will include a workshop with Professor Sylvia Ellis, editor of the Edinburgh University Press series New Perspectives on the American Presidency.
Registration for this one-day conference, with lunch and refreshments included, will be free. Generous support and sponsorship has been provided by BAAS, the RAI and APG.
Registration details for participants and audience alike will be circulated closer to the time.