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The Monday Report: 17th January 2022

By January 17, 2022No Comments

Happy Monday! IAPSS wishes you a productive week ahead! This is your Monday reminder that you can contribute to student advocacy initiatives at national and international levels by participating in our calls and events.

Call for World Congress Abstract Submission

The IAPSS World Congress is the International Association for Political Science Students’ main annual event with participants from over 50 countries. Join our 2nd Virtual World Congress: Rethinking Political Science, Remaking Global Politics.

Follow the guidelines on our website to submit an abstract by February 13, 2022!

Submit your abstract here:

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World Congress Early Bird Ticket

You can now purchase your early bird ticket for the IAPSS 2022 Virtual World Congress on our website!

More about IAPSS World Congress:

Purchase Early Bird Ticket here:

IAPSS Politikon: CfA Managing Editor and Editorial Team

For the role of Managing Editor, IAPSS Politikon is currently accepting applications. In addition to undertaking regular editorial work, we are looking for people who will be able to direct and implement the journal’s branding and promotional efforts. Positions in the Editorial Team include Editor and Editorial Assistant!

To join the journal, we’re looking for people who are dedicated, reliable, and enthusiastic. 

Applicants with a specialization in Southeast Asia, policy studies, or political theory, or a connection to Asia, are of particular interest to us.

Interested in applying? Send a CV and one-page cover letter to
More about the requirements here:

CfA Politikon Reviewers

IAPSS Politikon invites applications for Reviewers. IAPSS Politikon is committed to the principle of double-blind peer review. Being a reviewer for IAPSS Politikon is a substantial service to the academic community.

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IAPSS Asia and Oceania, and Political Theory Student Lecture Series

The IAPSS Asia and Oceania and the Political Theory Student Research Committees are partnering in a lecture series! Six dates, six lectures on everything from Nation Branding to Race and Class Disparities during COVID-19.

On 19 January 2022, Lisa Caroll will discuss Nationhood: A Matter of Identity or Place. Cases from Oceania.

Join the lecture at:

POLITICO’s 23rd EU Studies & Career Fair

Looking for a future in the European bubble? We are here to help you out! 

On February 2-3, 2022, POLITICO’s EU Studies & Career Fair will return for its 23rd edition, with new opportunities to network with leading academic institutions and recruiters.

Register now:

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