The 2020 ASPP Annual Conference will be hosted by the Department of Politics at the University of York. More details to follow.
The ASPP Annual Conference was hosted by the Politics Department at Newcastle University on 24 - 26 June 2019. Click here to visit conference website.
The theme was: Justice in Times of Austerity, Rupture, and Polarisation.
Many papers offered normative or evaluative perspectives addressed to the contemporary political climate - papers concerned with justice in or in response to the context of countries reducing public expenditure and/ or budget deficits, rising inequality, attitudes and parties veering towards political extremes, declining political civility, and both states and supra-state institutions facing schisms and separatist movements.
For the fourteenth year running, Res Publica will be awarding a prize for the best paper submitted by a current or recent postgraduate student in 2018.
This may be in any area of moral, legal, social or political philosophy.
Entries should conform to the normal requirements for submissions - please see www.springer.com/11158 for details.
We invite entries from both current postgraduate students and those who were awarded their PhD (i.e., passed their viva) no earlier than 1 May 2018 (the prize winner may be asked to provide proof of their current or recent postgraduate status).
All entries must be received by 2 January 2019.
The winner will receive £100 and a one-year subscription to the journal.
The winning essay will be published in the third or fourth issue of Volume 25 (2019).
Click here for previous winners.
The prize will be judged by two referees, along with the journal editors.
Entries should be submitted via the journal's submission website and labeled 'PG Essay Prize': www.editorialmanager.com/resp/
There is more information on Res Publica on the Springer website at: www.springer.com/11158
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