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Schedule of Activities

Wednesday 7 September
15:00-19:00 Arrival and registration, Faculty of Law, foyer, ground floor.  Book exhibition, first floor
15:00-18:00 Mentoring Session for Postdoctoral Researchers in Participation and Mobilization, FL021
Thursday 8 September
08:00-17:30 Registration/book exhibition/information desk
09:00-10:40 Panel Session 1
10:40-11:00 Tea/coffee break and networking
11:00-12:40 Panel Session 2
Featured Panel 6 (FP006): Deliberative Democracy in Europe, in association with ECPR Press, FL401
12:40-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-15:30
 
Roundtable 1: Still Post-Communist? Central Europe a Quarter of a Century after the First Free Elections, FL100
Roundtable 2: Professional Ethics in Political Science, FL300
15:30-15:50 Tea/coffee break and networking
15:50-17:30

Panel Session 3

Featured Panel 1 (FP001): Migration in Europe - First annual EPS Symposium (sponsored by the European Political Science (EPS) journal), FA300
18:00-19:30 Welcome Address, Presentation of the European Political Science Prize and Plenary Lecture at the Municipal Hall
Rogers Brubaker - Religious Dimensions of Political Conflict and Violence
19:30-21:00 Opening reception, Municipal Hall
Friday 9 September
08:30-18:00 Registration/book exhibition/information desk
09:00-10:40 Panel Session 4
10:40-11:00 Tea/coffee break and networking
11:00-12:40 Panel Session 5
Featured Panel 2 (FP002): Civil Society and the Welfare State (sponsored by APSA), FA313
12:40-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-15:40 Panel Session 6
Featured Panel 3 (FP003): The Future of Political Science (sponsored by APSA), FA313
Featured Panel 7 (FP007): The Political Science Monograph in a Changing Communication Ecology, in association with ECPR Press, FA201
15:40-16:00 Tea/coffee break and networking
16:00-17:30
 
Roundtable 3: Under Pressure: International Institutions and the Global Power Shifts, FA131
Roundtable 4: Gender in Political Science Research: Achievements and Outlook, FA200
17:40-19:20 Panel Session 7
18:00-19:00 Council Meeting
19:00-20:00 Council Reception
Saturday 10 September
08:30-15:00 Registration/book exhibition/information desk
09:00-10:40 Panel Session 8
Featured Panel 4 (FP004): Leadership Perception in Complex Political Decision Making and Media Environments (sponsored by IPSA), FA313
10:40-11:00 Tea/coffee break and networking
11:00-12:40 Panel Session 9
Featured Panel 5 (FP005): The State and Governance in Post-Transition Period (sponsored by IPSA), FA313
12:40-14:00 LUNCH
14:00-15:40 Panel Session 10
15:40-16:00 Tea/coffee break and networking
16:00-17:40 Panel Session 11
17:40 Close of academic programme




 

 


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