Our 2021 Annual Meeting will again be VIRTUAL. Join us online 11-13 July 2021. Sessions will be scheduled LIVE in MULTIPLE TIME ZONES, including Asia and Oceania. More details will follow as planning progresses and this page will be updated accordingly.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Please click HERE to go to the 2021 registration web site. Presenters with accepted submissions must register by 31 MARCH 2021 to remain on the program. Those who are not presenting, but simply want to attend the event can register via a $30 USD Attendee Only category. Please contact the ISPP Central Office to obtain a code to access this pricing. Registration will close at the end of 1 July 2021 (Eastern Time).
CALL FOR PAPERS / CONFERENCE THEME / SUBMISSION
Conference Theme: Recognition and (Re) Claiming Spaces: Marginalization, Colonization, and Privilege
President: Felicia Pratto (University of Connecticut, USA)
Program Co-chairs: Dr. Carla Houkamau (University of Auckland), Dr. Allison Harell (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Submission Deadline: 8 December 2020
Individual submissions (papers/posters/blitz presentations) roundtables and symposia are welcome. Typically symposia include a Chair and four presentations, or three presentations and a discussant.
Submission: The submission process for the 2021 Annual Meeting is NOW CLOSED. Please click HERE to review your submission. Notifications will go out in February 2021. Presenters must confirm their participation by registering and paying for the conference by 31 March 2021. Those not registered by the deadline will be dropped from the program.
Please be sure to note any scheduling requests/notes when you submit your proposal (ex., do not schedule on first day). We will consider all requests, but cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate everyone.
For questions regarding the submission process, scheduling, and other matters related to the content of the program, please contact the 2021 Program Chairs. For questions regarding the venue, lodging, and conference logistics, please contact ISPP’s Central Office.
Waikaremoana Waitoki (The University of Waikato)
Title: Indigenising psychology: claiming a kaupapa Māori space (Waikaremoana Waitoki, Ngāti Mahanga, Ngāti Hako)
Bio: Dr. Waikaremoana Witoki is a Senior Research Fellow in the Māori Psychology Research Unit at the University of Waikato and a clinical psychologist with work and research interests in Kaupapa Māori psychology. Waikaremoana is currently the President of the New Zealand Psychological Society. See their Faculty Page for more information.
Jeffrey Ansloos (University of Toronto)
Title: Beyond Recognition, Towards Abolition: Indigenous Theories of Change and Justice in Psychology
Bio: Dr. Jeffrey Ansloos is a Registered Psychologist and Assistant Professor of Indigenous Health and Social Policy in the Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Dr. Ansloos is the Canada Research Chair in Critical Studies in Indigenous Health and Social Action on Suicide. Dr. Ansloos is Nehiyaw (Cree) and English and is a member of Fisher River Cree Nation (Ochekwi-Sipi; Treaty 5). He was born and raised in the heart of Treaty 1 territory in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Dr. Paula McClain (Duke University)
Title: Diversifying the Pipelne in Political Science: How Increasing Representation Makes for Better Science
Bio: Dr. Paula McClain is the James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of Political Science and a Professor of Public Policy at Duke University, where she is also Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate Education. She directs the Ralphe Bunche Summer Institute and has served as president of the American Political Science Association, the Midwestern Political Science Association, the Southern Political Science Association and the National Conference of Black Political Scientists. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences having been elected in 2014.
Conference Theme: Carla Houkamau (University of Auckland), Allison Harell (Université du Québec à Montréal)
Conflict, Violence and Terrorism: Andreas Zick (Bielefeld University)
Intergroup Relations: Danny Osborne (University of Auckland)
Leadership and Political Personality: Philip Gordon Chen (Beloit College)
Political Behavior, Participation and Civic Engagement: Sanne Rijkhoff (Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi), Martijn van Zomeren (University of Groningen)
Public Opinion and Political Communication: Lara Greaves (University of Auckland), Kaiping Zhang (Tsinghua University)
Political Culture, Identity and Language: Gilda Sensales (Sapienza University of Rome)
Social Inequality, Social Change, and Civic Development: Hakeem Jefferson (Stanford University), Yasin Koc (University of Grogingen)
International Relations, Globalization and Macropolitical Issues: Paul Kowert (University of Massachusetts – Boston)
Biology, Genetics and Neuroscience: Lene Aarøe (Aarhus University)
Race, Gender, Ethnicity and Religion: Fiona Barlow (University of Queensland), Micheal Thai (University of Queensland)
New Theoretical and Methodological Developments: Davide Morselli (University of Lausanne)
COPYRIGHTED MATERIALS NOTICE
All presenters at ISPP’s 2021 Annual Meeting will be provided notification and will need to agree to terms regarding the use of copyrighted materials within their presentations during the submission process. That notice can be viewed HERE as well.
Please click HERE to view more information on the conference. This site will be updated as planning progresses, so please check back often.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Please click HERE to go to the 2021 registration web site. Presenters with accepted submissions must register by 31 MARCH 2021 to remain on the program. Attendee-only Fee: For those who simply want to attend and are not an author (nor a co-author) on any accepted submission. Please contact the ISPP Central Office to obtain a code to access this pricing. Registration will close at the end of 1 July 2021 (Eastern Time). If you need to register via postal mail, please use THIS FORM.
The conference will be set in 3 times zones to accommodate speakers and attendees in east Asia/Oceania, Europe/Africa, and the Americas.
ISPP can accept payments by debit/credit cards of Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express; by personal check from U.S. banks; and by international money orders in U.S. Dollars only.
2021 REGISTRATION PRICING
|Registration Fees for ISPP 2021 for Income $0-$30,000 USD/year:|
(ends 1 July 2021)
|ISPP Full Members/Retired||$75 USD|
|Registration Fees for ISPP 2021 for Income $30,001-$60,000 USD/year:|
(ends 1 July 2021)
|ISPP Full Members/Retired||$100 USD|
|Registration Fees for ISPP 2021 for Income $60,001-$90,000 USD/year:|
(ends 1 July 2021)
|ISPP Full Members/Retired||$125 USD|
|Registration Fees for ISPP 2021 for Income $90,001-$120,000 USD/year:|
(ends 1 July 2021)
|ISPP Full Members/Retired||$150 USD|
|Registration Fees for ISPP 2021 for Income $120,001-$150,000 USD/year:|
(ends 1 July 2021)
|ISPP Full Members/Retired||$175 USD|
|Registration Fees for ISPP 2021 for Income $150,00+ USD/year:|
(ends 1 July 2021)
|ISPP Full Members/Retired||$200 USD|
|Registration Fees for ISPP 2021 for Additional Categories:|
(ends 1 July 2021)
|Student Members||$50 USD|
|Student Non-Members||$75 USD|
|Virtual Other (guests and unemployed)||$75 USD|
|Virtual Attendee Only (Contact ISPP if your work is not being presented to receive a code)||$30 USD|
Registration fees include: admission to the full conference and social/networking sessions. The Mentoring Lunch is also free of charge, and is limited to 75 mentees and 25 mentors, to allow for the best interaction and exchanges. We apologize if we are unable to accommodate you this year.
ISPP MENTORING LUNCHEON
WE ARE STILL PLANNING TO HOLD THE MENTORING LUNCHEON AS PART OF OUR VIRTUAL 2021 MEETING. More details will be made available to those registered for this event closer to the meeting dates.
The Mentoring Luncheon is organized annually to facilitate one-on-one meetings between early career scholars and leading academics and researchers in their field. One of the main goals of this event is to facilitate long-term connections, for career development and research advice beyond the individual’s supervisors’ at her or his respective institution. This event has attracted increasing numbers of participants over the years, as emerging scholars recognize the value of engaging with leading researchers in a relaxing and informal (virtual) atmosphere. The leading scholars provide their time on a voluntary basis, which is highly appreciated by the early career scholars. Opportunities to volunteer as a mentor or to sign up as an early career scholar are usually announced in the early part of each year. Announcements are made on the website, and invitations are sent out via email to ISPP members. If you or someone you know might be interested in volunteering as a mentor or attending as a “mentee”, please do get in touch via email.
IMPORTANT: Please note that due to limitations, this event can accommodate only 75 mentees and 25 mentors (100 total persons). Registering for the lunch when you register for the conference does NOT guarantee your participation in the Mentoring Luncheon. You will need to receive confirmation of your registration for this event from the luncheon organizers.
VIRTUAL ISPP ACADEMY
WE ARE TAKING OUR 2021 ISPP ACADEMY VIRTUAL, AS WELL. More details will be sent directly to applicants and instructors.
The application process for the 2021 ISPP Academy is NOW CLOSED. Please see THIS PAGE for more details about the Academy.
*Registration prices are subject to change between August of the year prior to the conference through January of the year of the conference to adjust to updated venue pricing.
*Please note that photographs/screen shots and video are taken during the course of the conferences. These images may be used in ISPP marketing materials, on the ISPP web site, and other products relating to ISPP. By attending, you consent to your image being used in ISPP-related materials.
*DISCLAIMER: ISPP does not guarantee the validity or accuracy of data and statements presented during its Annual Meeting. Data and materials are prepared independently by those presenting their work and it is incumbent upon individual scholars to retract, update, and correct their content, or issue notices of such errors accordingly. ISPP disclaims any responsibility for any such errors.
*ISPP’s events provide learning, sharing ideas, knowledge, engagement, and we provide a welcoming environment for all. All sessions are monitored and harassment, intimidation, or inappropriate behavior of any kind toward any one participant or a group will not be tolerated. All attendees should behave professionally. ISPP reserves the right to deny registration or to remove an ISPP conference attendee at any time for reasons, in its sole discretion, it deems sufficient.