Events

A Hundred Years of Women’s Suffrage: Looking back, moving forward

The PSA Women and Politics Specialist group recently teamed up with the Birkbeck Centre for the Study of British Politics & Public Life (led by Prof Sarah Childs), and the British Group of the Interparliamentary Union to host a two-day conference in the Houses of Parliament entitled: “A Hundred Years of Women’s Suffrage: Looking back,… Continue reading A Hundred Years of Women’s Suffrage: Looking back, moving forward

Events

PSA ECN Demystifying and Navigating Early Career Academia – University of Bristol, May 2018

On 1st May 2018, the PSA Early Career Network held a one-day workshop on Demystifying and Navigating Early Career Academia at the University of Bristol. Proudly sponsored by PSA Women and Politics and BSA Race and Ethnicity group, the workshop included talks on REF, TEF, Impact, CVs and Interviews with a particular focus on the experiences of… Continue reading PSA ECN Demystifying and Navigating Early Career Academia – University of Bristol, May 2018

Call for Papers, Events

PSA ECN Annual Conference 2017

ECN Annual Conference, 22nd June 2017, Liverpool Central Library Critical Junctures at Home and Abroad: 12 Months Since Brexit The PSA Early Career Network invite you to their annual one-day conference, on the theme of Critical Junctures at Home and Abroad: 12 Months Since Brexit, on Thursday 22 June 2017 in the stunning Liverpool Central Library. The… Continue reading PSA ECN Annual Conference 2017

Events, News Items

PSA Annual Conference 2017

For those coming to the PSA Annual Conference in Glasgow next week, there are a number of PSA Women and Politics panels and other sessions on women, gender and politics that you may be interested in attending. We also hope that you can make it to our Specialist Group Business Meeting at the Conference, which will take place Tuesday 11 April, 12.30-13.30 in… Continue reading PSA Annual Conference 2017

Blogs & Commentary, Events

Diversity in academia: It takes raindrops to make a river

Jessica Smith (Birkbeck), Communications Officer for the PSA Early Career Network, reflects on the ECN's recent workshop on 'Demystifying and Navigating Early Career Academia', held at the University of Manchester on 3 February 2017.  In February, the Political Studies Association’s Early Career Network hosted a day of workshops and panels at the University of Manchester aimed at… Continue reading Diversity in academia: It takes raindrops to make a river

Call for Papers, Events

Call for Papers: Women in Society Conference

Women in Society from Historical Perspective: The Origins and Developments of Women’s Political, Social and Economic Engagement  Mini Conference prior to Annual Meeting of Council of European Studies University of Glasgow July 11, 2017 A one-day conference for scholars with projects focused on women in society from a historical perspective. The conference welcomes submissions from scholars from… Continue reading Call for Papers: Women in Society Conference

Events, News Items

Demystifying and Navigating Early Career Academia

The PSA Early Career Network is holding a day’s conference in Manchester on Demystifying and Navigating Early Career Academia. It is a day of workshops and panels aimed at lifting the lid on academic processes - including advice on CVs and interviews, REF and TEF, and impact. Central to all sessions will be an attention to… Continue reading Demystifying and Navigating Early Career Academia