2022 Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Annual Conference

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Date & time

Mon 26 Sep 2022, 9am – Wed 28 Sep 2022, 5pm

Location

RSSS Building, Ellery Crescent Australian National University Canberra ACT

We are excited to announce that the 2022 Australian Political Studies Conference will be hosted at the Australian National University between 26-28 September 2022 (with Postgraduate Workshop on Sunday 25 September 2022).

The Conference is jointly hosted by the School of Politics & International Relations, the Crawford School of Public Policy, and the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs. The conference will be an in-person event. The theme for APSA 2022 ‘Reimagining our Political Futures’ recognises the upheavals of contemporary politics including but not limited to navigating a post-COVID world. We invite paper proposals with an explicit focus on how actors navigate uncertainty in contemporary politics and the possible trajectories of our shared political future. 
 

  • Early bird registration deadline: 31 July 2022 
  • Final registration deadline: 2 September 2022 

Registration fees (all prices in AUD and inclusive of GST): 

  • Members (Early Bird): $300 
  • Members (Standard): $400 
  • Non-Members (Early Bird): $400 
  • Non-Members (Standard): $500 
  • ECRs*, Unwaged*: $200 
  • Student (Early Bird): $100 
  • Student (Standard): $200 

** Researchers on non-permanent, fixed term or casual contracts. 

Major sponsor: Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group) 

Social media 

Help promote the conference by using #AusPSA2022 and tagging the following accounts: 

APSA 
@AusPSA 

ANU School of Politics and International Relations 
@politicsANU 

ANU Crawford School of Public Policy 
@ANUCrawford 

ANU Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs 
@ANUBellSchool 

Australian National University 
@ourANU 

Australian Journal of Political Science 
@AusJPolSci 

Taylor & Francis Australasia (publisher of the Australian Journal of Political Science) 
@TandF_Australia 

 

  

APSA Carer Support for Conference Attendance Funding Scheme

APSA is once again pleased to provide the APSA Carer Support for Conference Attendance Funding Scheme.

For details and eligibility please refer to the APSA Carer Support for Conference0020Attendance Funding Scheme Guidelines.

The Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) acknowledges that carer responsibilities have the potential to hinder academics from being able to take full advantage of the opportunities presented by academic conferences. The scheme provides financial support to APSA members for the additional caring responsibilities that arise from conference attendance with a limited number of grants worth up to $500 each. The potential uses of these awards include but are not limited to, short-term childcare or professional carers for elderly relatives.

Applications for 2022 round should be submitted (via email) to the APSA National Office at arts-ssps-apsa@unimelb.edu.au by 5pm on Monday 5 September 2022 (AEST).

Both successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified by email. Successful applicants will be reimbursed for the actual cost following the conference on submission of all relevant receipts via email to the APSA National Office at arts-ssps-apsa@unimelb.edu.au

 

Contact us

Any enquiries about the funding scheme can be directed to the APSA National Office at arts-ssps-apsa@unimelb.edu.au

All enquiries regarding the APSA Annual Conference 2022 should be emailed to the conference co-chairs, Jill Sheppard and Bali Singh, at apsa2022@anu.edu.au

 

Registrations are open via this link.

Registration fees (all prices in AUD and inclusive of GST): 

  • Members (Early Bird): $300 
  • Members (Standard): $400 
  • Non-Members (Early Bird): $400 
  • Non-Members (Standard): $500 
  • ECRs*, Unwaged*: $200 
  • Student (Early Bird): $100 
  • Student (Standard): $200 

**Researchers on non-permanent, fixed term or casual contracts. 

 

Additional conference events 

Welcome reception 

RSSS Building foyer, 5pm to 7pm Monday 26 September 2022 

  • Free for all conference attendees 

  • Generously sponsored by Taylor and Francis, publisher of the Australian Journal of Political Science 

  • Beer, wine, soft drinks and canapes provided 

 

Annual conference dinner

Tuesday 27 September - 7.00 pm

Venue: Monster Kitchen, Ovolo Nishi, New Acton ACT

$50 per head (drinks at bar prices) - Tickets available here

  • Tickets are generously subsidised by the ANU School of Politics and International Relations, Crawford School of Public Policy, and Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs 

 

Annual General Meeting of the Australian Political Studies Association 

RSSS Building auditorium, 9am to 11am Wednesday 26 September 2022 
 

Contact us 

Any enquiries about the AGM can be directed to the APSA National Office at arts-ssps-apsa@unimelb.edu.au 

All enquiries regarding the APSA Annual Conference 2022, dinner, or welcome reception should be emailed to the conference co-chairs, Jill Sheppard and Bali Singh, at apsa2022@anu.edu.au 

Submissions for papers have closed, and authors have been notified of the results. 

Contact us 

All enquiries regarding the APSA Annual Conference 2022, dinner or welcome reception should be emailed to the conference co-chairs, Jill Sheppard and Bali Singh, at apsa2022@anu.edu.au 

Keynote speakers

 

Welcome and keynote panel

9.00am – 10.30am Monday 26 September

 

APSA President's Address

Prof Jim Jose

University of Newcastle

APSA Conference Dinner, 7.00 pm Tuesday 27 September 2022

Monster Kitchen, New Acton, ACT

 

All enquiries regarding the APSA Annual Conference 2022 should be emailed to the conference co-chairs, Jill Sheppard and Bali Singh, at apsa2022@anu.edu.au

All enquiries regarding the APSA Annual Conference 2022 should be emailed to the conference co-chairs, Jill Sheppard and Bali Singh, at apsa2022@anu.edu.au 

Updated:  18 July 2022/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications