June Newsflash is out! We are looking for: Up to two new people who will join us in the Executive Committee of the group (DEADLINE: 30 June).Short opinion/analysis articles (200-500 words, in English) on the outcome, likely impact or any other aspect of the campaign or election.2
Dr @LampriniRori (University of Exeter/BSA Fellow) will deliver a lecture titled ‘Political violence in crisis-ridden Greece: Evidence from the radical right and the radical left’ at the British School at Athens on 20 May, at 19:00.
Dr Stella Ladi (Queen Mary/Panteion University) will discuss research findings with Professor Kevin Featherstone on "Analysing Crisis Discourse in Greece: who should we blame?" at the LSE Hellenic Observatory, on Tuesday 26 March 2019, 6:00pm to 7:30pm https://t.co/OHI5tcBgRp
Τhe Centre for Political Research (Panteion University) and the Greek Politics Specialist Group (GPSG) are co-organizing a two-day intensive seminar delving into theory, methods and techniques of experimental research in Social Sciences. Check our call for applications.
ECPR and IPSA are inviting political science academics to participate in the ECPR-IPSA World of Political Science survey. https://t.co/758FQEBkbk
Dr @LampriniRori (University of Exeter) will discuss with the Green Party MEP @MollyMEP Scott Cato and the Labour Party MP for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport @LukePollard, next Saturday 26 January in Plymouth. https://t.co/RcI0WY9JX6
Extension of deadline for the PSA Academic Prizes 2018-1019 until 21.01! The Prizes celebrate the best academics, books, articles and scholars of the year. The winners will be revealed at the Annual Conference Dinner in Nottingham on Tuesday 16.04.19. https://t.co/X3VGwgsEGy
Dr @LampriniRori (University of Exeter) will discuss research on online political polarisation with Professor Featherstone, next Tuesday at the @HO_LSE Hellenic Observatory.