Call for Nominations
Kenneth D. Wald Best Graduate Student Paper Award in Religion and Politics
Kenneth D. Wald Best Graduate Student Paper Award will be given to a conference paper studying any aspect of religion and politics presented by a Ph.D. student in political science in 2019. The conference can be affiliated with any of the US-based political science associations or a conference affiliated with another association, such as the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, the American Academy of Religion, the Middle East Studies Association, or the International Studies Association, as long as the paper was written by a student or students enrolled in a graduate program in political science. Papers co-authored with faculty will not be considered. Papers presented at poster sessions are welcome. The award will be announced and presented at the annual APSA conference during the business meeting. The award committee is under no obligation to make an award if no submissions merit such recognition.
Nomination Instructions: Please send nominations (self-nominations are welcome) including an electronic copy of the paper and an electronic copy of the conference program listing to the committee members. Questions can be directed to the award committee chair.
Deadline for Nominations: April 30, 2020
Güneş Murat Tezcür (Chair)
University of Central Florida
Northern Illinois University
From the Section Chair:
The Religion and Politics Section of the APSA is pleased to announce a Call for Nominations for candidates to stand in an upcoming online election to serve a two-year term on the Executive Committee of the Religion and Politics Section. There are three vacancies on the Committee to be filled in this election.
Section members who wish to self-nominate as candidates should forward a short biography, including their institutional affiliation, to the Section Chair, Matthew Scherer, at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 7, 2019.
Nominees who do not self-nominate will be asked by the Chair to consent to having their name on the ballot. An online election will be held shortly after nominations close.
According to APSA online elections are administered as follows:
1. APSA will send an email to all current section members with a message from the Chair that includes the names of the candidates, candidate bios, the number of positions open, the voting dates, and a link to the ballot.
2. The ballot typically gives the candidates’ names, and the option of choosing yes, no, or abstain.
3. When the voting period has concluded APSA will send a detailed report of the results to the Section Chair, who will convey the results via email to the section. I look forward to receiving your nominations.
Religion & Politics
Associate Professor, Director of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University
From the Chair:
The Aaron Wildavsky Award recognizes the best dissertation in the field of religion and politics. Eligible dissertations have been defended in the last two years, and should make a distinctive contribution to the study of religion and politics, broadly understood. Please submit nominations to the chair of the committee – self-nominations are welcome!
Submission deadline: April 15, 2018.
Dr. Daniel Bennett (chair), John Brown University, email@example.com
Dr. Jonathan Agensky, Ohio University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Michelle Margolis, University of Pennsylvania, email@example.com