Call for Workshops has now closed.
On Thursday June 11 and Friday June 12 2020 the ‘Politicologenetmaal’ (24-hour Political Science Conference) is jointly organized for the nineteenth time by the Dutch Political Science Association (NKWP) and the Association for Political Science (VPW). This time the conference will be organized by the Department of Political Science of Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
The main focus of the conference lies on thematic workshops (two on Thursday afternoon and two on Friday morning). In each workshop there is room for about ten papers, and we are looking for workshop proposals for these sessions. The workshops can relate to a broad range of topics, going from empirical political science to political theory and from international relations to local politics. Workshops can be proposed by both academics and practitioners. The conference language is Dutch, but sessions can also be held in English, at the discretion of the chairs.
Traditionally, the conference starts on Thursday at noon and ends on Friday after lunch. A plenary session with a keynote lecture is held on Thursday evening, with this year a debate and award ceremonies for the best PhD thesis and the best Master thesis.