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The Joint Sessions of Workshops

17 – 28 May 2021, Virtual event

  #ecprjs21

Don't forget to tune in!

Tuesday 25 May,  17:00 CEST

House Lecture – The Stein Rokkan Edition: Bridging the East-West Divide

Organised by Charles University

Attending the Joint Sessions? You don't need to register for this House Lecture separately – it's been automatically added to your Itinerary. 

We look forward to welcoming over 600 scholars from all over the world to the second online edition of our Joint Sessions of Workshops, from 17 – 28 May.

We hope that the next two weeks provide ample opportunities for in-depth debates, valuable exchanges, and thorough critique of research.

What to expect

To ensure you have a seamless event experience, we have invested heavily into developing a tailor-made online event platform providing a robust virtual environment. 

We are also committed to making our events accessible to a wide audience; with this is in mind, we have:

  • reduced the Joint Sessions registration fees by up to 60%;
  • increased event participant grants for graduate students and early career scholars from our Full Member Institutions;
  • invested £10,000 in our 50th Anniversary Fund supporting those who aren't able to join us just yet;
  • opened up this year's Stein Rokkan Lecture to the ECPR community at large, as part of our House Lecture series.

Joint Sessions registration fees

ECPR Member £100.00
ECPR Member Student £50.00
ECPR Non-Member £300.00
ECPR Non-MembeStudent 150.00

If you are a Paper Co-Author and your participation has been approved by your Workshop Director, you are also required to register and pay a registration fee.

About our Joint Sessions

The defining event of our organisation with a five-decade history, the Joint Sessions remains one of the major highlights of the world's political science calendar. Each year, it attracts hundreds of scholars from across the globe – at all stages of their career. Comprising around 30 Workshops, each with a closed group of carefully selected participants, topics are precisely defined and discussed intensively for several days.

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