ISPP-Sponsored Events

ISPP-Sponsored Events

Each year, ISPP awards small grants that further the goals of ISPP. Below is a list of events that have been organized with financial support from ISPP.

See our Small Grants Program for details on how to apply for funding from ISPP for your event!

Past Events


December 2018, Santiago, Chile: Pacific Meeting for the Psychology of Social Change

See our upcoming annual meeting page or consult our calendar for events in the field of political psychology around the globe.


Community Indifference to Collective Problems: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Collective Action, Change, and Resistance
Giovanni A. Travaglino (University of Kent), Maria Ridda (University of Kent), & Benjamin Abrams (University of Cambridge)
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Mini Conference: New trends and fields of Political Psychology in South America
Lisete Barlach (University of Sao Paulo), Alessandro Soares Silva (University of Sao Paulo), & André Fontan Kohler (University of Sao Paulo)

Political Psychology Pre-Conference: American Political Science Association (APSA)
Leonie Huddy (SUNY Stony Brook), Sanne Rijkhoff (Washington State University), & Jennifer Wolak (University of Colorado at Boulder)
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The 2nd Vilm Conference on Identity in a Globalized World – Social Psychological Barriers and Catalysts for Action Addressing Global Climate Change
Gerhard Reese (Friedrich Schiller University), Jutta Proch (Friedrich Schiller University), Ilka Gleibs (London School of Economics and Political Science), & Amir Rosenmann (The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya)
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Emigration and Immigration on the Balkans in the Focus of Political Psychology (Networking Conference)
Antoaneta Hristova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), Yolanda Zografova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), & Ilina Nacheva (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

The Political Psychology of Elections: The Mexican Case
Rosario Aguilar (CIDE), Julio Juárez-Gámiz (UNAM), & Carlos A. Rivera-García (University of Essex)

Political Psychology Conference
Jojanneke van der Toorn (Leiden University), Yphtach Lelkes (University of Amsterdam), Alina Feinholdt (University of Amsterdam), & Bert N. Bakker (University of Amsterdam)

ISPP’s Delaware Valley Consortium for the Study of Race and Political Psychology
Nyron N. Crawford (Temple University) & David C. Wilson (University of Delaware)

Post-ISPP Mini-conference: Narrative, International Politics & Psychology
Kristen Monroe (UC-Irvine)
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Workshop on “Political Psychology Perspectives on Participation and Protest in the Middle East”
Gizem Arikan (Yasar University)
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Assessing the Role of Political Psychology in South Africa: Mini-Conference
Ines Meyer & Shose Kessi (University of Cape Town)

Summer School Course in Political Psychology
Martin Molder, Federico Vegetti, & Levente Littvay (Central European University)

Australasian Political Psychology Workshop in Melbourne, Australia
Nicholas Faulkner (Monash University), James Walter (Monash University), Aaron Martin (University of Melbourne), Frank Mols (University of Queensland), & Craig McGarty (Murdoch University)

Mentoring Conference for New Research on Gender in Political Psychology
Angela L. Bos (College of Wooster) & Monica C. Schneider (Miami University)
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An ISPP pre-conference attached to the Australasian Society of Social Psychologists (SASP)
Katherine Reynolds (Australian National University)
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Support for the project: Marginalization of ethnic minorities in European countries, with a special focus on Travellers and Roma groups.
Anca Minescu (University of Limerick)

Research workshop to form and develop a network of political psychologists whose research focuses on gender with particular emphasis on intersectionality.
Grace Deason (University of Wisconsin – La Crosse) & Rebecca Hannagan (Northern Illinois University)

A small group conference on “Identity in a globalized world – Social psychological dynamics in the face of globalization”
Gerhard Reese (Université du Luxembourg)

An ISPP pre-conference attached to the Australasian Society of Social Psychologists (SASP)
Katherine Reynolds (Australian National University)

3rd Annual Political Psychology Pre-Conference at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting
Erin Hennes (NYU) & Chadly Stern (NYU)


Political Psychology Workshop, Ankara, Turkey
Cengiz Erisen (TOBB University of Economics and Technology)


2nd Annual Political Psychology Pre-Conference at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Meeting
Jojanneke van der Toorn (Yale University), Margarita Krochik (NYU) and Erin Hennes (NYU)

Political Psychology Networking Conference for the Post-Communist Region
Paul Weich (Central European University)


“The Role of Political and Policy Sessions in Understanding Democracy in the South Caucasus” A regional conference and create the Caucasus Association of Political Psychology
Guguli Madgrazde (Tblisi State University), Stepan Grigoryan (Armenia), Murad Ismayilov (Azerbaijan), Tamra Pearson d’Estrée (US) and Stephen Worchel (US)

Small conference on the psychology of genocide: Creating a Network of Psychology of Genocide scholars and a special journal issue on the “Psychology of Genocide”, Journal of Social Issues
Johanna Vollhardt (Clark University), Dr. Michał Bilewicz (University of Warsaw, Poland)

International conference: “From the communist totalitarianism towards democracy In Central-Eastern Europe: Contributions of political psychology to understanding of transformation process in the region”
Janusz Reykowski (Polish Academy of Sciences), Krystyna Skarzynska, Krzysztof Korzeniowski, Urszula Jakubowska and Pawel Boski


A (bi)annual Conference to establish a regular conference in political psychology theory and history in Belgrade
Zeljka Buturovic (Columbia University), Dr. Slobodan Miladinovic (Belgrade), Zeljka Martinovski (Belgrade) and Jovana Papan (Belgrade)

“Humanism and Democracy across borders…”: to encourage networking, producing and publishing by persons from underrepresented regions
Martina Klicperova-Baker (Academy of Sciences of Czech Republic)