The post-Cold War acceleration of globalization and the multi-layered consequences of the 9/11 terrorist attacks have had profound effects on borders. These borders create margins, through which administrative and military bureaucracies, NGOs, activists, and more-or-less organized criminals and terrorists operate, empirically and conceptually. The evolution of information technologies has transformed the traditional “border as a barrier” by enclosing people into groups with common identities and interests, dispersed throughout the globe but virtually connected. “Borders and Margins” will be a highlighted theme at IPSA’s 25th World Congress of Political Science. Read more
Congress Program Committee
The Program Chairs for the World Congress are:
Terrell Carver (University of Bristol, UK)
Füsun Türkmen (Galatasaray University, Turkey)
The 2018 IPSA World Congress Program is divided into the following sessions: 12 Congress General Sessions, 50 Research Committee Sessions, 7 Australian Political Studies Association Sessions and 9 Oceanic Conference on International Studies Sessions.
Program Highlights feature: Plenary Sessions, Congress Theme Sessions, Special Sessions and IPSA Award Sessions.
Frequently Asked Questions
To help you prepare for the Congress, in this section we provided answers to the most frequently asked questions by participants.