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Announcement - APT Early-Career Prize joint winners

The judges were so impressed by the strength and depth of the candidates under consideration for the inaugural 2020 Early Career Prize of the Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought that they voted to…

Announcement - APT Mid-Career Prize winner

The Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought is delighted to announce that the winner of the inaugural Mid-Career Prize is Dr Matt Sleat (Reader in Political Theory at the University of Sheffield). Since defending his PhD…

Political Thought Conference, Oxford, January 2021 - Call For Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS: UK and Ireland Association for Political Thought conference, 7th-9th January 2021 – St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford Academic Convenors: Adrian Blau (King’s College London), Ben Holland (Nottingham), and Mihaela Mihai (Edinburgh). Conference…

APT Early Career and Mid Career Prizes

The Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought invites nominations for two prizes: The APT Early Career Prize Open to political theorists within ten years of award of their PhD or equivalent. The APT Mid Career…

Our US Counterpart: Call for Papers

2020 Association for Political Theory Call for Papers Proposal Deadline: Monday, February 10, 2020 The Association for Political Theory Annual Conference University of Massachusetts Amherst November 12th-14th, 2020 Program Committee Co-Chairs: Jennie Ikuta (University of Tulsa) and Kennan Ferguson (University of Wisconsin,…

Political Thought Conference 2021

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Conference 2020.  The next conference will be January 7-9 2021. We will announce the academic convenors soon; there will be a call for papers in the next couple…

Call for abstracts: Univ of Oxford Grad Conference in Pol Theory

Call for Abstracts We are pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory, to be held on the 27th and 28th April 2020 at Nuffield College,…

Workshop: Data Sensitive Political Theory. University of Reading February 18 2020

Workshop: Data Sensitive Political Theory. University of Reading February 18 2020 What role should empirical evidence play in normative theorizing about politics? For example, should theories of distributive justice accommodate public beliefs about what’s fair? Does…

CALL FOR PROPOSALS: BOOK MANUSCRIPT WORKSHOP

YORK CENTRE FOR POLITICAL THEORY (Department of Politics, University of York) Are you a political theorist with a manuscript close to completion? Our book manuscript workshop might be useful to you.  The workshop provides a supportive…
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Congratulations to APT member Cécile Laborde of @Politics_Oxford, who’s been awarded the 2019 Spitz Prize by… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…