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General Conference

22 – 26 August 2022, University of Innsbruck

  #ecprgc22

Help connect and inspire hundreds of like-minded scholars from all over the world – submit your Section proposal by Wednesday 8 December.

Our General Conference is a prestigious global stage that promotes innovative thinking, facilitates rich discussions and nurtures the development of research across all sub-disciplines of political science.

Having brought together over 4,600 scholars worldwide over the course of the last two virtual editions, we are excited to be planning an in-person 2022 conference in the majestic Austrian Tyrol, at the University of Innsbruck.

How it works

  • Around 70 Sections of c.500 Panels covering the full breadth of political science
  • Each Section comprises 3–8 Panels addressing a common theme
  • Alongside Sections and Panels, our featured roundtables, special sessions and networking opportunities keep participants inspired and engaged

As a leading industry event, the General Conference continues to support the advancement of political science across Europe.

As such, it provides opportunities for scholars across all regional and national borders to come together, present research to peers, connect with like-minded researchers and benefit from fascinating discussions and intense debates.

Our call for Sections is YOUR chance to help shape the programme for our flagship event. We welcome proposals in all areas of political science, political theory and international relations. 

Need inspiration? Browse Sections of this year's Virtual General Conference.

Only the proposed Section Chair may submit a Section proposal. Submission deadline Wednesday 8 December, midnight UK time. Read full guidelines.

The fifth largest city in Austria, Innsbruck has been a hub of European politics and culture since the fifteenth century. The city’s University celebrated its 350th Anniversary in 2019, and since its founding in 1669, has grown to become an important driving force for the social and economic development of the Tyrol.

With roughly 28,000 students and 5,000 employees, the University of Innsbruck is now the largest educational institution in western Austria.

NB: While we are actively planning to host a face-to-face event at the University of Innsbruck, we are prepared to adopt a virtual format, if necessary.

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