Politics and Periodicals, 2015 ESPRit Conference CFP

ESPRit, the European Society for Periodical Research will hold its 4th International conference in Stockholm in September. See the CFP below for details.
Download conference poster here: Politics and Periodicals Poster.

Call for Papers: 2015 ESPRit Conference

Politics and Periodicals

The 4th International Conference of the European Society for Periodical Research (ESPRit)

10-11 September 2015

Stockholm, Sweden

The European Society for Periodical Research (ESPRit) will hold its 4th international conference in Stockholm, Sweden, on 10-11 September 2015.

Its theme of Politics and Periodicals seeks to bring together current research on the connections between politics – most concretely, political or social movements – and individual or groups of periodicals. We welcome comparative cross-national perspectives as well as more local studies of European periodicals of any period on topics which may include but are not limited to

  • Periodicals started by social or political movements
  • Social or political movements invigorated by periodicals
  • Periodicals devoted to political theory/political science; that is, periodicals explicitly about politics
  • Periodicals as party organs
  • Politicians as editors/contributors
  • Periodicals and political reputations
  • Politicised conflict and controversy between periodicals

We are keen to bring together postgraduates and early-career researchers with more experienced scholars, and aim to present a programme that includes various modes of engagement with research in the field: panels, round tables, workshops, etc.

Please send proposals for 20-minute papers, panels of three or four papers, round tables, one-hour workshops or other suitable sessions and short biogs by 1 June 2015 to esprit@oru.se.

 

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  1. Associate Professor, Institute of History, St.-Petersburg State University.

    The topic of my paper: “The Journal “The New Review” (N.Y.): Political Journalism, 1945-1964″

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