The New Zealand Political Studies Association / Te Kāhui Tātai Tōrangapū o Aotearoa, or NZPSA, was founded in 1974 and is a collegial association of individuals. It exists to promote and encourage the study of politics involving not just academics, but also students and practitioners, journalists and pollsters. The NZPSA is a constitutent member of the Royal Society of New Zealand Te Apārangi, and holds an annual conference that welcomes a range of disciplinary perspectives to the study of political phenomenon.
The 2017 NZPSA Conference will be hosted by the University of Otago in Dunedin on 29 November - 1 December.
Click Read More below for information on the conference theme, the call for papers (which is currently open), the preliminary programme (including Postgraduate Workshop), and links to conference registration and further information.
WOMEN Talking Politics
Call for Papers for the 2017 Issue
The aim of Women Talking Politics – a mini-journal produced by the New Zealand Political Studies Association – is to promote the work of women political scientists in New Zealand.
We are seeking submissions by New Zealand-based women political scientists (both academic staff and postgraduate students).
Ability to attend the NZPSA annual conference.
Discounted members' rates at APSA & CPSA conferences.
Eligibility for international & domestic awards and grants.
Quarterly members' newsletter direct to your inbox.
Access to Network opportunities.
Eligibility for postgraduate conference prizes.
The NZPSA attracts members from a range of backgrounds and disciplines who come together at the annual NZPSA Conference.