ECPG welcomes proposals across the field of gender and politics broadly conceived to include any gender, sexuality and intersectional perspectives in political science, international relations, political theory and philosophy, research methods, public policy and public administration, and social movements.
ECPG is keen to engage as well with research on race and intersectionality, on sexuality, on men and the masculine and those who identify as non-binary, genderqueer or intersex.
ECPG values diversify and plurality in analytical perspectives and methodologies.
Proposal may be submitted from 1 July to 15 October. Participants will be notified of whether their proposal has been successful no later than December 2018.
For more details on how to submit a proposal and the requirements for papers, panels and roundtables, please click below.
ECPG invites submissions of paper proposals, panel proposals and roundtable proposals across the 10 ECPG sections.
See each Section page for more details.
Each author/co-author/roundtable speaker/panel proposer/chair/discussant should have a ECPG account to be able to be entered in the submission.