14 September 2011

CFP: The Roman Catholic Church and World Politics

CFP: The Roman Catholic Church and World Politics

A second panel on political theology, titled "The Roman Catholic Church and World Politics", has been added to the programme of the 22nd World Congress of Political Science, organized by the International Political Science Association (IPSA) under the theme, "Reshaping Power, Shifting Boundaries", in Madrid, Spain, 8-12 July 2012.

This stand-alone panel is listed in the general pool of "Congress Sessions" (that is, it forms neither part of a multi-panel main theme session nor a Research Committee session).

Quote: "Also, theoretical papers are called for, and they should deal with, ... in more general terms, the relation between the Church's theological views and its political attitudes ('international political theology')."

Convenor: Petr Kratochvíl (Institute of International Relations, Prague): kratochvil@iir.cz

To submit a paper proposal, you'll need to create a free IPSA website account. It appears not to be possible to submit a proposal to a panel directly. Panel convenors are expected to find the paper in the database once it has been submitted and link it to their respective panels. This means that if you wish to submit your proposal to a particular panel, you'll need to inform the panel convenor by e-mail too.

It may also be possible to submit a paper to the general pool, rather than a particular session/panel. Papers may then be allocated to an existing panel, or further panels may be formed.

An as yet incomplete list of panels accepted into the programme of this triennial conference has been posted on the IPSA website.

Additional information on how to submit paper proposals is to be found here: http://www.ipsa.org/events/congress/madrid2012/submit-abstractpaper-proposal

The deadline to submit proposals has been extended to 17 October 2011.

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