ECPR Standing Groups
University of Lausanne, ECPG Conference
8 - 10 June 2017




Schedule of Activities

Updated 8 May 2017

Please note the Schedule of Activities may be subject to change and will be updated with locations as they are confirmed.

Thursday 8 June
08:30-17:00

Arrival, registration and information desk Anthropole foyer

08:30-12:00

Early-Career Scholars' Programme: Career Development Géopolis, Room 1620

Sponsored by PSA Women and Politics group, APSA Women's Caucus, APSA Women and Politics Research Section, CUSO Gender and CUSO Political Science

Includes APSA-sponsored breakfast, 10:00-10:30

FULLY BOOKED

10:30-12:00

Mid-Career Scholars' Programme Géopolis, Room 1612

Sponsored by PSA Women and Politics group, APSA Women's Caucus, and APSA Women and Politics Research Section

Upon invitation only

12:30-14:15

Panel Session 1

14:15-14:30

Tea / coffee and networking break

14:30-16:15

Panel Session 2

16:15-16:45

Tea / coffee and networking break

16:45-17:00

17:00-17:45

17:45-18:45

Welcome address by the academic convenors Anthropole, Amphitheatre 1031

Prize Ceremony

Plenary Lecture The Good Life and the Bad: Changing Landscapes of Gender Inequality

Sponsored by the Rowman & Littlefield International Feminist Institutionalist Perspective Series (in conjunction with FIIN)

18:45-20:00

Reception Unithèque (outside if good weather, inside if poor weather)

Sponsored by the CEG and Fondation pour l'University de Lausanne

Friday 9 June
08:30-18:00

Registration and information desk Anthropole foyer

08:30-10:15

Panel Session 3

10:15-10:45

Tea / coffee and networking break

10:45-12:30

Panel Session 4

12:45-13:45

LUNCH

12:45-13:45

Professional Roundtable Maximising Impact for Gender and Politics Research Anthropole, Amphitheatre 1129

14:00-15:45

Panel Session 5

15:45-16:15

Tea / coffee and networking break

16:15-18:00

Panel Session 6

18:15-19:15

Early-Career Scholars' Programme: Speed Mentoring Géopolis, Room 1612

FULLY BOOKED

19:30-22:00

Fondue dinner Géopolis, first floor cafeteria

Sponsored by The Routledge Gender and Comparative Politics Book Series

Only available to participants who registered by the deadline and upon presentation of the voucher given out at registration

Saturday 10 June
08:30-10:15

Registration and information desk Anthropole foyer

08:30-10:15

Panel Session 7

10:15-10:30

Tea / coffee and networking break

10:30-12:15

Panel Session 8

12:15-12:45

LUNCH

12:45-14:30

Panel Session 9

14:30-16:00

Plenary Roundtable Gender at the Border: the Refugee Crisis in Europe Anthropole, Amphitheatre 1129

Sponsored by Politics, Group and Identities

16:00

Close of academic programme




 

 

 

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