Call for Papers/Proposals
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We are now calling for submissions from your graduate students to either present their research or organize a session in the inaugural FPA Graduate Conference to be held in Richcraft Hall during Research Month on March 4th and 5th, 2019.
The members of the conference steering committee are Joshua Brault (PhD student, Department of Economics), Rebecca Bromwich (faculty member, Department of Law and Legal Studies), Maggie Fitzgerald (PhD student, Department of Political Science), Jennifer Stewart (faculty member in the School of Public Policy and Administration), Phillip Swallow (graduate student, EURUS) and myself.
Students can submit a proposal for either a paper or session at:
We are open to different types of sessions including formal paper presentations, panels on particular topics or networking events. A session could be grounded in a particular discipline or be interdisciplinary in nature. We are encouraging organizers to try to involve participants from multiple academic units in FPA but it is not essential.
We are prepared to work with each student to fully develop the session idea so students should feel free to submit a proposal for a session even if it is not full formulated and without necessarily filling out all of the fields in the form.
In order to guarantee consideration, proposals should be submitted using the online form by November 30th. However, subject to space being available, we will consider proposals after that date.
Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) is currently inviting paper submissions. CFPJ is an inter disciplinary peer-reviewed journal published three times a year by the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University. CFPJ’s contributors and readers include federal and provincial officials, academics, analysts, journalists, NGO representatives, and business people; in short, all those who are informed and involved in Canada’s international affairs. All submissions relevant to this community of experts will be considered, with specific attention given to the following topics:
♦ Terrorism (Parliament hill shooting; Bill C-51, homegrown terrorism /radicalization etc)
♦ Development, Security, and Fragile States
♦ Gender and Foreign Policy
♦ Global Health and New Epidemics (Ebola)
♦ State Aggression in the 21st Century: A New Cold War?
♦ Canadian Foreign Policy Priorities- what matters most to Canada?
♦ Canada the Humanitarian? The Future of Aid
♦ Mining and Foreign Policy: Will it work?
♦ The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development: A Relic or the Future
♦ Diasporas and Foreign Policy: Pandering or Principle?
Please find detailed instructions for submissions here:
Further inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org