Call for Abstracts/ Posters/Workshops/and Round Tables
2nd International Hellenic Conference on Political Sciences: Communicating in Politics? (HEPO2020), 3-7 May 2020, in Athens, Greece
You are invited to submit your proposal (abstract/ poster/workshop/ round table) to be considered for presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Political Sciences: Communicating in Politics? (HEPO2020), 3-7 May 2020, Athens, Greece, organized by the Communication Institute of Greece.
For more information, please take a look at the Call for Papers, Posters, Workshops, and Round Tables you have the possibility to present at HEPO2020: https://coming.gr/hepo2020-call-for-papers/ or/and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
After the organization of seven (7) successful Annual International Conferences (look at Previous Conferences of COMinG), the 2nd International conference on political science: Communicating in Politics? , aims to provide an opportunity for Academics, Professionals and Industry Experts from Politics, with cross-disciplinary interests, to discuss the future directives and innovations in their discipline.
Deadline for submission: 16 December 2019 (for all the different formats proposals)
We are proposing a new interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of empirical and theoretical work that is reflective of a highly dynamic political arena both domestically and internationally. The conference is seeking to receive contributions from scholars who recognise that political science needs to vindicate its relevance by tackling today’s challenges while predicting the themes ahead.
Our theme for this year’s conference is “Communicating in Politics?”
Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to, themes on Political Science, International Relations, and Political Communication.
The Communication Institute of Greece (COMinG) was established in 2003 in France. In Greece, since 2013, it is an independent academic association that has for mission to become a forum, where academics, researchers, professionals, and friends – from all over the world – can meet in Greece to exchange ideas on their research and to discuss future developments in their disciplines.