New Blog Series: Navigating the Academic Conference

The 2013 Western Political Science Association Conference is only 15 days away. In the days leading up to the Conference, we’ll be unveiling a blog series that explores the academic conference in political science. These blog posts will explore a variety of different topics based on our practice of attending conferences in academia.

Within this series, we would also like to hear from you! Email us your own perspective of conferences at TheWesternTwitter@gmail.com. We would like to know what’s your favorite part of attending conferences, why you attend conferences, or what you’re looking forward to in Hollywood this year.

The 2013 Western Political Science Association will be held in Hollywood, CA from March 28-March 30, 2013. For more information, visit http://wpsa.research.pdx.edu/meet/.

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One thought on “New Blog Series: Navigating the Academic Conference

  1. Discourse Analysis Anyone?
    Come to my Western Political Science Association Panel
    Panel 26. 08 – Technology, Elections and Voting http://67.23.162.102/browse.asp?sectionID=26#link26
    Friday, March 29, 2013, 10:00 – 11:45 AM

    My paper:Internet Voting in the USA: History and Prospects; or, How NIST has Misled Congress and the American People about Internet VotingInsecurity.
    A Discourse Analysis
    http://wpsa.research.pdx.edu/papers/search.php
    William J. Kelleher, Ph.D.
    Political Scientist, author, speaker
    CEO for The Internet Voting Research and Education Fund
    Email: Internetvoting@gmail.com
    Blog: http://tinyurl.com/IV4All
    Twitter: wjkno1
    Author of Internet Voting Now!

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