The Politicologenetmaal 2019 hosts 16 workshops, representing almost all subdisciplines in political science. Most workshops are in English and some are in Dutch.

The conference follows a workshop format, where participants take part in the same workshop over the duration of the conference. Therefore, the organisation of the academic programme is in the hands of the workshop directors. A specific programme with paper titles is therefore not available here.  A description of each workshop and contact details for the workshop organizers are available in the Call for Papers 2019.

List of workshops


Workshop titleWorkshop location
1. After the municipal elections; ‘Business as usual?’To be communicated
2. Alliance Management in the 21st Century: Strategy, Political Economy, and Defense Planning
3. Computational Political Science
4. EU meets politics: parties, voters and elections in a European multilevel system
5. Intra-party competition and the personalization of politics
6. Continuity and Change in European (Dis)Integration
7. Good bye, anarchy? Internet politics in the 21st century
8. Organized interests and the public interest: an imperfect relationship?
9. Understanding foreign policy: the interplay between domestic and international politics.
10. International Political Economy in the Low Countries – State of the Debate, Synergies and Future Directions
11. The Theory and Practice of the Rule of Law and Democracy in Europe
12. Between support and resistance: equality at a crossroads
13. The socialization and development of key liberal democratic values
14. Informatie en beleid: op welke informatie baseert men zich voor het beleid?
15. Electoral change
16. Political Theory Today

Locations of the coffee/tea breaks

For workshops that take place in Hof van Liere and the D-building, coffee and tea are served in the W. Elsschotzaal and T. Greshamzaal.

For workshops that take place in Grauwzusters, coffee and tea are served downstairs in the (beautiful) basement (-1).

For workshops that take place in the K-building, coffee and tea are served in the main hall of the K-building.