Call for Nominations and Submissions: Routledge’s Lee Ann Fujii Award for Innovation in the Interpretive Study of Political Violence (2021)

Call for Nominations and Submissions! Routledge’s Lee Ann Fujii Award for Innovation in the Interpretive Study of Political Violence to be awarded at APSA 2021 (September 29 – October 3, Seattle, WA) Sponsored by Routledge and the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods (IMM) Conference Group of the American Political Science Association Deadline for nominations/submissions: February 1, … Read moreCall for Nominations and Submissions: Routledge’s Lee Ann Fujii Award for Innovation in the Interpretive Study of Political Violence (2021)

Call for Papers: Interpretivist Methods in the Digital Age: Methodology and Epistemology in the Social Sciences – 5 February 2020, Australian National University

Please see the attached Call for Papers for complete details.   Interpretivist Methods in the Digital Age: Methodology and Epistemology in the Social Sciences 5 February 2020, Australian National University A workshop in collaboration with the School of Sociology and the School of Politics and International Relations, and the Interpretation, Method, Critique Research Cluster, The … Read moreCall for Papers: Interpretivist Methods in the Digital Age: Methodology and Epistemology in the Social Sciences – 5 February 2020, Australian National University

Lee Ann Fujii Award for Innovation in the Interpretive Study of Political Violence

Sponsored by Routledge and the Interpretive Methodologies and Methods (IMM) Conference Group of the American Political Science Association Deadline for nominations/submissions: April 1, 2019 Scope/Eligibility (see below for detail): books, journal articles, and chapter-length publications The Interpretive Methodologies and Methods (IMM) Conference Group of the American Political Science Association announces the creation of “Routledge’s Lee … Read moreLee Ann Fujii Award for Innovation in the Interpretive Study of Political Violence

In Lee Ann Fujii’s memory: a fund to support junior scholars

To honor the memory of Lee Ann Fujii, a respected scholar of comparative politics and qualitative methods, friends and colleagues of Lee Ann’s are raising funds in order to rename the American Political Science Association’s Minority Fellows Program (MFP) annual travel grants program in her memory. After discussing Lee Ann’s incredible work as a mentor … Read moreIn Lee Ann Fujii’s memory: a fund to support junior scholars

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