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Alabama Political Science Association

The Alabama Political Science Association



Registered as www.ALaPSA.US, page created by Jeremy Lewis, revised 9 March 2014

Brief History | Mission and Purposes | Officers | Documents | Conference 2014 Call | Membership Form [PDF]

ALaPSA Facebook, Albums: Conference 2010 images


The 41st annual meeting will be held on
21-22 March 2014
at Huntingdon College,
1500 East Fairview Ave, Montgomery, AL 36106

Register online NEW | Book Hampton Inn (AlaPSA rate)
You will be invoiced by DBA AlaPSA, via PayPal, to your email address,
$65 for conference professional, or $25 for non-salaried students or for dinner only.

 The Hampton, a recent hotel with top customer reviews, is in downtown at 100 Commerce St, about 9 minutes' drive from the college.

Read Conference Call, 2014 | DRAFT Schedule coming
Preliminary Program Panel Tracks [PDF]: Civil Rights | International Security | World Politics

We invite abstracts (up to 250 words, limited to two paragraphs) for individual papers and panel submissions. To be considered, abstracts should be received no later than midnight on 14 February 2014. For more information, and registration, go to www.alapsa.us. Abstracts can be submitted by e-mail to alapsa@hawks.huntingdon.edu.


24 December 2013
Dear Colleagues,

The annual meeting of the Alabama Political Science Association will be March 21-22, 2014 at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama.  We hope you will join AlaPSA and participate in our conference.

As politics, policy and government in both Alabama and the nation evolve, we look to facilitate engaging debate and discussion throughout our panels.  The general theme of the conference is broadly focused on the connectivity between Alabama politics and concerns for rights and human security at the national and global levels.  As in the past, this year's panels will cover a range of topics from policy (including, but not limited to health, social policy, foreign and military policy), to politics-as-usual (democracy, American institutions, voting and elections, comparative politics and international relations), political theory, and closer-to-home issues (Alabama politics, immigration issues, publications and graduate student development).

We invite abstracts (up to 250 words) for individual papers and panel submissions. Student panels are encouraged. To be considered, abstracts should be received no later than midnight on Friday, February 14, 2014.  Early in the new year we will be sending a follow-up email with additional information on the conference and a location to submit your abstracts.

AlaPSA is an academic-based, professional organization that connects scholars interested in political science throughout Alabama and the southern region.  As a professional in a field concerned with Alabama politics and government, AlaPSA allows you to stay connected to fellow scholars and practitioners in the political science discipline. Membership also entitles you to a subscription to Politics and Policy. If you are aware of names of political scientists in Alabama or adjoining states that we have missed and that may be interested in attending the conference, please send them this email and/or contact us with the information.

We wish you happy holidays!

Mary N. Hampton, PhD
Associate Dean for Academics
Air Command and Staff College/DEA
Maxwell AFB
334-953-7108

Jeremy Lewis, PhD
Professor of Political Science
Chair, Department of Humanities
Huntingdon College, USA
alapsa@hawks.huntingdon.edu


We hope you will join AlaPSA and participate in our conference as we enter the fifth decade of the organization.  Auburn University and the University of Alabama were founding members of AlaPSA over the 1972-1973 years. Therefore, we celebrated our 40th Anniversary as an association during both the 2012 and 2013 years by holding our conferences on their campuses. We highlighted presentations from a number of the founders of AlaPSA.

We hope you will join AlaPSA and participate in our conferences as we celebrate the 41st Anniversary of the organization. AlaPSA invites you to join (or renew your membership in) our organization. The cost is only $25 per year.

AlaPSA is an academic-based, professional organization that connects scholars interested in political science throughout Alabama and the southern region. As a professional in a field concerned with Alabama politics and government, AlaPSA allows you to stay connected to fellow scholars and practitioners in the political science discipline.  AlaPSA's membership [DOC form] year runs from October 1st until September 30th. If you join as a new member or renew as a returning member, you will be entitled to membership through September 30, 2014.


In recent years, AlaPSA has accepted proposals for papers and panels on all topics within the discipline for the meetings. Proponents were expected to

Graduate and undergraduate students are welcomed but asked to so identify, so as to be placed in appropriate panels.
Undergraduates who have completed upper level scholarly work, such as a senior or honors thesis, are encouraged to participate in a panel specific to undergraduate research at the annual meeting. Interested undergraduates are encouraged to include a brief recommendation letter from a faculty representative with their proposal.

 


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