The Annual Meeting of the Indiana Political Science Association will be held on Friday, March 22, 2013, at the University of Southern Indiana. The first call for papers is now listed on our website’s conference information page. For additional information, please contact Mary Hallock Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During its annual meeting in March 2012, the members of the Indiana Political Science Association elected its officers for 2012-2013. These include: Mary Hallock Morris, University of Southern Indiana, President; Jean Poulard, Indiana University Northwest, Vice-President; and Andrew Downs, IPFW, Recorder/Treasurer. The Executive Board for the 2012-2013 year consists of three members: Thomas Buchanan, Ancilla College; James Smith, Indiana University South Bend; and Joe Wert, Indiana University Southeast. Andrew Downs will continue as the editor of the Indiana Journal of Political Science. For contact information, please see our “About” page.
Mark your calendars! Please join us for the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Indiana Political Science Association, scheduled for Friday, March 30th, 2012. The conference will run from 8:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. This year’s conference will be held at Indiana University South Bend, 1700 Mishawaka Avenue, South Bend, IN 46634-7111.
ALL SUBFIELDS WELCOME!
Events include: continental breakfast, morning panels, luncheon with plenary session, business meeting, poster session, and afternoon panels. More information, including registration forms will follow.
- Get valuable feedback on your work before presenting at regional or national conferences.
- Get peer feedback before submitting your manuscript for peer review and publication.
- Meet other political scientists from Indiana and neighboring states.
- Find research collaborators. Get new research ideas. Join a vibrant community of colleagues!
Papers presented at the conference may be submitted for publication in the peer-reviewed Indiana Journal of Political Science.
FACULTY: Please encourage your graduate and undergraduate students to attend and present their research!
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Elizabeth A. Bennion, Ph.D.
President, Indiana Political Science Association
Volume 13 of the Indiana Journal of Political Science is now available on our website! This edition of the journal includes articles by Pamela Schaal and Darren Wheeler, both assistant professors of political science at Ball State University; Andrew Downs and Elliot Bartky, both assistant professors of political science at IPFW; a co-authored piece by Michelle Rundle and Toni Brink, recent graduates of the University of Southern Indiana; and James Iddins, a graduate student at Valparaiso University. The journal also includes a call for submissions for Volume 14, which will be edited by our incoming editor Andrew Downs.
The Indiana Political Science Association is pleased to announce its officers for the 2011-2012 year: President, Elizabeth Bennion, IU South Bend; Vice President, Mary Hallock Morris, University of Southern Indiana; Treasurer, Andy Downs, IPFW. The new members of the IPSA’s Executive Board are: Joe Wert, IU Southeast; Andy Downs; Jonathan Swartz, Purdue North Central; and Jamie Smith, IU South Bend. Andy Downs will take over as the IJPS Editor for Volume 14. Congratulations to our new officers!
Volume 12 of the Indiana Journal of Political Science is now available on our website. The new edition includes articles by Andrew Downs, Steven Hall, and Young Soo Kim, as well as a teaching note by Mary Hallock Morris. Two research notes — one by Jim Tanoos and one by Linda Bailey round out this volume of the journal. Printed editions of Volume 12 will be available soon.
Volume 13 of the journal will be printed in Summer 2011.
This year’s IPSA conference, originally scheduled for March 25, 2011, has been cancelled.
Need directions to this year’s annual conference?
You can download a map from this website!
From northbound I-65 (from Louisville): Cross the Kennedy Bridge and drive north to Exit 6B to I-265 West. Follow I-265 to the second exit (Exit 3), which is Grant Line Road. Turn right (north); drive one quarter mile to the IU Southeast main entrance.
From southbound I-65 (from Seymour, Scottsburg, etc.): Take exit 6B to I-265 West. Follow I-265 to the second exit (Exit 3), which is Grant Line Road. Turn right (north); drive one quarter mile to the IU Southeast main entrance.
From westbound I-64 (from Louisville): Cross the Sherman Minton Bridge and drive north to I-265 East. Take exit 121 to I-265. Follow I-265 to the second exit (Exit 3), which is Grant Line Road. Turn left (north); drive one quarter mile to the IU Southeast main entrance.
From eastbound I-64 (from Evansville, Corydon, etc.): Take Exit 121 to I-265 East. Follow I-265 to the second exit (Exit 3), which is Grant Line Road. Turn left (north); drive one quarter mile to the IU Southeast main entrance.
CALL FOR PAPERS
INDIANA POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION
Friday, March 25, 2011
Indiana University Southeast
New Albany, Indiana
Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Ray Scheele from Ball State University, who will speak on “Transforming Indiana’s Government For The 21st Century.”
Please send proposal abstracts to:
School of Social Sciences
Indiana University Southeast
4201 Grant Line Road
New Albany, IN 47150
Proposals are due by March 11 achat viagra prix discount. Please also let Dr. Wert know if you are interested in serving on a panel.
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A Message from Past President Andrew Downs:
The Allen County Public Library’s Genealogy Department will host the traveling exhibition “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War” from June 18 to July 30, 2010.
Abraham Lincoln was confronted with enormous challenges when he was elected president in 1860. The Nation was on the brink of Civil War, and Lincoln struggled with issues of secession, slavery and civil liberties – all questions our country’s founding charter left unanswered. President Lincoln used the Constitution to confront these three intertwined crises of war, ultimately reinventing the Constitution and the promise of American life. This exhibition develops a more complete understanding of Abraham Lincoln as president and the Civil War as the nation’s gravest constitutional crisis.
We hope you will join us for a very special opening event on Saturday June 19th at 7:00pm in Meeting Room A of the Main Library. Jason Jividen, University of Saint Francis; Sara Gabbard, The History Center; and Katherine Tinsley, Manchester College will be part of a panel discussing the intertwining crises of the civil war and constitutional ideals of liberty and equality.
This traveling exhibition for libraries was organized by the National Constitution Center and the American Library Association Public Programs Office. The traveling exhibition is based on an exhibition of the same name currently touring the United States. The exhibition has been made possible by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.