Externally Organised Conferences & Workshops


Event of Interest - Symposium The Australian Church and the Australian Settlement 1885-1917 - NeWSpace X402, University of Newcastle City Campus, 9 am - 5 pm. Attendance is free, but RSVPs are essential, to marion.maddox@mq.edu.au by 29 November


Event of Interest - Philosophy and the Far Right from Weimar to Charlottesville at Deakin Burwood on Monday, 18 November 2019 12.00 - 17.30. (For registration and further information, see here


Course Announcement - University of Maryland Summer 2020 Graduate Course: Program Evaluation and Applied Policy Analysis, in Paris, France. Applications close on 01 March 2020. (for further information, see here)


CFP - Asian Studies Association of Australia: Future Asias - the University of Melbourne on 6-9 July 2020 - Abstract submission Extended to 5pm Friday 15 November 2019.  (please visit the conference website https://www.asaaconference.com.au/ for further infomration)


CFP -  the 9th Biennial Oceanic Conference on International Studies (OCIS) 2020 in Canberra 29 June - 1 July 2020 - Submissions close on 30 November 2019. Travel bursaries and scholarships are available Applications close on 31 December 2019. (please visit the conference website http://www.ocis.org.au/ for further information)


The 26th IPSAWorld Congress of Political Science, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal on 25-29 July 2020 (please visit the website  https://wc2020.ipsa.org/wc/home for further infomration).


Canadian Political Science Association (CPSA) 2020 Annual Confernce - Confronting Political Divides, 2-4 June 2020, hosted at the University of Western Ontario ( please visit the conference website http://cpsaevents.ca/2020/ for further information)


The Australian Church and the Australian settlement: Dr Charles Strong and the Australian Church’s power network, 1885-1917 - 4 December 2019, University of Newcastle, NSW  (For further information, contact: Professor Marion Maddox, marion.maddox@mq.edu.au)


2019 NZPSA Conference: Community, Security, Humanity - The Department of Political Science and International Relations at the University of Canterbury, Christchuch on November 27th-29th, 2019.