Early-career scholars in Africa, the MENA region, and other regions outside the US are invited to apply for participation in one of the 2020 Research Development Groups. The MENA RDG, Africa RDG, and Democracy & Autocracy Workshop are organized by APSA Organized Sections and will take place in conjunction with the APSA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, CA. For more information contact us here.
MENA RDG – Applications due February 8, 2020
The APSA MENA Politics Section is pleased to announce a Call for Applications from early-career Arab scholars (PhD students and faculty members) for the Research Development Group held in conjunction with the 2020 APSA Annual Meeting. The RDG, organized in partnership with the Project on Middle East Political Science (POMEPS), will be a unique opportunity to advance current research towards publication, participate in the APSA annual meeting, and develop scholarly networks with colleagues.
Africa RDG – Applications due March 15, 2020
he American Political Science Association (APSA) is pleased to announce a Call for Applications from early-career scholars based in Africa who are interested in attending the 2020 APSA Annual Meeting as part of a Research Development Group. Organized by the African Politics Conference Group (APCG), the program is a multi-day opportunity to advance research towards publication, participate in the APSA annual meeting, and develop scholarly networks with colleagues. Costs of participation will be covered through a grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
Democracy & Autocracy Workshop – Applications due March 15, 2020
The APSA Democracy and Autocracy Emerging Scholars Research Development Workshop provides an opportunity for early career scholars from lower and middle income countries to advance current research towards publication, participate in the APSA Annual Meeting, and develop scholarly networks with colleagues. “Emerging Scholars” include advanced graduate students, post-docs, and pre-tenure faculty based at universities or research institutes in lower to middle income countries.