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    Canadian Political Science Association
    2019 Annual Conference Programme

    ALL SIDES OF THINGS:
    SPEAKING TRUTH TO PEOPLE

    Hosted at the University of British Columbia
    Tuesday, June 4 to Thursday, June 6, 2019
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    Presidential Address:
    François Rocher, CPSA President

    Life and Death of an Issue:
    Canadian Political Science and
    Quebec Politics

    Location: CIRS 1250
    Tuesday, June 4, 2019 | 05:00pm to 06:00pm
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    Keynote: UBCIC Grand
    Chief Stewart Phillip

    Asserting Indigenous
    Title and Rights in 2019

    Location: TBD
    June 04, 2019 | 10:30am to 12:00pm
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    Keynote Speaker: Wendy Brown
    Max Weber's Provocations,
    Our Predicaments:
    The Politics of
    Knowledge and Power

    Location: TBD
    Wednesday, June 5, 2019 | 02:00pm to 03:30pm
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    Keynote Speaker: Roland Paris
    Canada Alone?
    Surviving in a Meaner World

    Location: TBD
    Thursday, June 6, 2019 | 10:30am to 12:00pm

Sessions

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2019 CPSA Conference Programme

Day 0 - Session 1 (09:30 am - 10:00 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
L00Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Registration/BreakfastJun 309:30am to 10:00am

Day 0 - Business and Committee Meetings (09:00 am - 12:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S00Business and Committee MeetingsCPSA Executive Committee / Bureau de direction de l’ACSPJun 309:00am to 12:00pmBuchanan Penthouse

Day 0 - Session 2 (10:00 am - 11:30 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
L00Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Plenary panel: Gender Issues in the AcademyJun 310:00am to 11:30am

Day 0 - Session 3 (Lunch / Déjeuner) (11:30 am - 12:30 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
L00Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Mentorship lunchJun 311:30am to 12:30pm

Day 0 - Business and Committee Meetings (01:00 pm - 05:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S00Business and Committee MeetingsCPSA Board of Directors / Conseil d’administration de l’ACSPJun 301:00pm to 05:00pmBuchanan Penthouse

Day 0 - Session 4 (12:30 pm - 02:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
C00CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsRoundtable: Russian Security Policy: Challenges and OpportunitiesJun 312:30pm to 02:00pmFrederic Lasserre 105
L00(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Concurrent Workshops: Gender, Race, & the Job MarketJun 312:30pm to 02:00pm
L00(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Concurrent Workshops: Mid-Career MentorshipJun 312:30pm to 02:00pm
L00(c)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Concurrent Workshops: Gender and researchJun 312:30pm to 02:00pm

Day 0 - Session 5 (02:00 pm - 03:30 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
L00(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Concurrent Workshops: Work/Life Balance: Handling Emotional Labour, Guilt, and AmbitionJun 302:00pm to 03:30pm
L00(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Concurrent Workshops: Activism and Being Change-Makers Inside and Outside the AcademyJun 302:00pm to 03:30pm
L00(c)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Concurrent Workshops: Building Community and Survival StrategiesJun 302:00pm to 03:30pm

Day 0 - Session 6 (03:30 pm - 05:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
L00Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWomen In Political Science Leadership Program - Small Group WorkshopJun 303:30pm to 05:00pm

Day 1 - Special Events (08:30 am - 10:00 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
R01Special EventsFeatured Talk - Climate Change Mitigation: Carbon Pricing in the Canadian Federation - Joint UBC/ CPSA/ ESAC SessionJun 408:30am to 10:00amThe NEST 2601

Day 1 - Session 1 (08:45 am - 10:15 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A01(a)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Political ExecutiveJun 408:45am to 10:15am
A01(b)Canadian PoliticsCandidates, Nominations and RepresentationJun 408:45am to 10:15am
A01(c)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Political Parties and ElectionsJun 408:45am to 10:15am
B01(a)Comparative PoliticsComparative Study of Intergovernmental Relations Through Administrative and Political Routes between Central and Intermediate-Level Sub-National GovernmentsJun 408:45am to 10:15am
B01(b)Comparative PoliticsMigration: Policies and Practice IJun 408:45am to 10:15am
C01(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsWorkshop: Canada-US Relations under TrumpJun 408:45am to 10:15am
C01(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsLegal Mobilization in International Courts: Roles of Activists and ProsecutorsJun 408:45am to 10:15am
D01(a)Law and Public PolicyWorkshop: The Official Languages Act at 50 / Le 50e anniversaire de la Loi sur les langues officielles IJun 408:45am to 10:15am
D01(b)Law and Public PolicyJudiciary LimitationsJun 408:45am to 10:15am
E01Local and Urban PoliticsMunicipal Electoral ParticipationJun 408:45am to 10:15am
F01(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyExplaining the VoteJun 408:45am to 10:15am
F01(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyWorkshop: Democratic Accountability in Comparative Perspective: Representation in Westminster Style SystemsJun 408:45am to 10:15am
G01Political EconomyUpping the Ante: Examining Contentious Stakeholder Politics and the Evolution of Energy GovernanceJun 408:45am to 10:15am
H01(a)Political TheoryPolitical Theory and Karl MarxJun 408:45am to 10:15am
H01(b)Political TheoryJustice and Diversity IJun 408:45am to 10:15am
H01(c)Political TheoryRoundtable: Abraham Singer's, “The Form of the Firm”Jun 408:45am to 10:15am
J01Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondTerritorial Political Systems and Provincial Administrative TribunalsJun 408:45am to 10:15am
K01CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationGovernment, Information, and New MediaJun 408:45am to 10:15am
L01Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsIndigeneity, Immigration, and Media Messaging: Assessing Framing, Social Media, and Digital DemocracyJun 408:45am to 10:15am
M01(c)Teaching and Professional PracticeAcademic Parenting: A View from the TrenchesJun 408:45am to 10:15am
M01(b)Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Panel 1 of 8. Thematic Discussion. Classroom Conversations on Indigenous and Settler Histories in CanadaJun 408:45am to 10:15am
N01Women, Gender, and PoliticsSexual Identity, Sexual Violence, and MigrationJun 408:45am to 10:15am
P01PostersPoster Sessions - Group 1Jun 408:45am to 10:15am
R01Special EventsRoundtable: The Problematic of ReconciliationJun 408:45am to 10:15am

Day 1 - Special Events (09:00 am - 10:15 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 1 - Coffee Break (10:15 am - 10:30 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 1 - Session 2 (10:30 am - 12:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A03(a)Canadian PoliticsCanadian House of CommonsJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
A03(d)Canadian PoliticsIndigenous Politics IJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
A03(b)Canadian PoliticsDiversity and Canadian PoliticsJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
A03(b)Canadian PoliticsRoundtable: Doing Politics Differently? Women Premiers in Canada’s Provinces and TerritoriesJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
B03(b)Comparative PoliticsIssues Come Election TimeJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
B03(a)Comparative PoliticsMigration: Policies and Practice IIJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
C03(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsWorkshop: America's Relative Decline and Power Transition EastwardJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
C03(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsDemocratization and BackslidingJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
D03Law and Public PolicyWorkshop: The Official Languages Act at 50 / Le 50e anniversaire de la Loi sur les langues officielles IIJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
E03Local and Urban PoliticsVancouver's Municipal ElectionJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
F03(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyElectoral Reforms: Who Can Vote and How to Vote?Jun 410:30am to 12:00pm
F03(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyWorkshop: Democratic Accountability in Comparative PerspectiveJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
G03Political EconomyPerspectives on Contemporary Populism: From Theory to PracticeJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
H03Political TheoryPolitical Theory and Alexis de TocquevilleJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
J03Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondFiscal Federalism, Program Funding, and Fiscal ConstraintsJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
K03(a)CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationCivil Servants, Public Organizations and Autonomy from Elected OfficialsJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
K03(b)CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationA Critical Perspective on Policy-Making in CanadaJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
L03(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsReflecting on Immigration, Communities, the Ethics of Care, and the Carceral StateJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
L03(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsBorders, Ethnic Conflict, and RaceJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
M03(b)Teaching and Professional PracticeKnowledge, Power and Pedagogical PracticeJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
N03Women, Gender, and PoliticsRepresentation, Equality and PolicymakingJun 410:30am to 12:00pm
R03Special EventsKeynote: UBCIC Grand Chief Stewart Phillip - Asserting Indigenous Title and Rights in 2019Jun 410:30am to 12:00pm

Day 1 - Session 3 (Lunch / Déjeuner) (12:00 pm - 01:30 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
B04Comparative PoliticsSubnational PoliticsJun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
C04CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsISA Canada Professional Development Workshop I: Navigating the International Relations Job MarketJun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
E04(a)Local and Urban PoliticsLocal Deliberative Democracy IJun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
E04(b)Local and Urban PoliticsWorkshop: Stealth Marketing in Politics and Public Policy IJun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
J04Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondRoundtable: Applied Canadian Theory and Canadian PoliticsJun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
M04(a)Teaching and Professional PracticeRoles & Models & PedagogiesJun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
M04(c)Teaching and Professional PracticeThree Minute Thesis Competition (Heat 1)Jun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
N04Women, Gender, and PoliticsRoundtable: Stitch n’ Bitch: Social Media and the Political Scientist (see M04(b))Jun 412:00pm to 01:30pm
R04Special EventsRoundtable: Reconciliation as if Women Mattered: Colonialism, Patriarchy, Privilege and Indigenous LiberationJun 412:00pm to 01:30pm

Day 1 - Business and Committee Meetings (12:00 pm - 01:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S04Business and Committee MeetingsCPSA Students Caucus Meeting / Réunion du caucus des étudiants de l’ACSPJun 412:00pm to 01:00pm

Day 1 - Business and Committee Meetings (01:00 pm - 01:45 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 1 - Session 4 (01:30 pm - 03:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A05(a)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Elections and LawJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
A05(b)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Political CommunicationsJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
A05(c)Canadian PoliticsRoundtable: Provincial Battles, National Prize? Election Campaigns in a Federal StateJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
B05(a)Comparative PoliticsTopics in Muslim SocietiesJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
B05(b)Comparative PoliticsChallenges to Westminster DemocraciesJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
C05(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsWorkshop: Taking Stock on Gender Studies in IRJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
C05(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsInstitutional Change in Security Forces IJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
C05(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsContemporary Diplomatic Studies: Understanding Diplomatic Practices, Actors, Spaces, and TechnologiesJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
D05(a)Law and Public PolicyWorkshop: The Official Languages Act at 50 / Le 50e anniversaire de la Loi sur les langues officielles IIIJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
D05(b)Law and Public PolicyHealth PolicyJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
E05(a)Local and Urban PoliticsLocal Deliberative Democracy IIJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
E05(b)Local and Urban PoliticsWorkshop: Stealth Marketing in Politics and Public Policy IIJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
F05(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyCandidates, Campaigns, and the VoteJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
F05(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyRoundtable (Workshop 12) - Experiments in Political Science: Past, Present, and FutureJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
G05(a)Political EconomyPolitics of Resource ExtractionJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
G05(b)Political EconomyFairness and InequalityJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
H05(a)Political TheoryReason and RationalismJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
H05(b)Political TheoryRights and Duties IJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
J05Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondWorkshop: Public-Private Partnerships IJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
K05CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationToo Big to Fail or Jail? Exploring Structural Theories of Business Power After the Financial CrisisJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
L05Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsNegotiating Indigenous Claims Through the United Nations and National InstitutionsJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
N05Women, Gender, and PoliticsMicro-Paper Roundtable: Evaluating Equality in Canada's Elected Bodies: Insights on Today and Recommendations for TomorrowJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm
R05Special EventsRoundtable: That Little Land Theft Matter: Reconciliation and TitleJun 401:30pm to 03:00pm

Day 1 - Coffee Break (03:00 pm - 03:15 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 1 - Session 5 (03:15 pm - 04:45 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A07(a)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Public Policy IJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
A07(b)Canadian PoliticsIs Canada PolarizingJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
A07(c)Canadian PoliticsCandidates, Citizens and CampaignsJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
B07(c)Comparative PoliticsMuslim Immigrants and Host SocietiesJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
B07(a)Comparative PoliticsExtreme Right PartiesJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
B07(b)Comparative PoliticsStudent MovementsJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
C07(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsThe Challenges of Balancing Sovereingty, Resistance, and Human RightsJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
C07(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsPerspectives on the Evolving Nature of War and WarriorsJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
D07(a)Law and Public PolicyThe Politics of TaxationJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
D07(b)Law and Public PolicyCourts in State Action Authority Building, Power Struggle, and Language Diffusion of Courts and the Legal ProfessionJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
D07(c)Law and Public PolicyWorkshop: The 50th anniversary of the Official Languages Act / Le 50e anniversaire de la Loi sur les langues officielles IVJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
E07Local and Urban PoliticsMicro-paper Roundtable: ‘Creatures of Provinces’ or Local Democracies? Exploring the Place of Municipalities in Canada’s Democracy in Light of the Doug Ford Government’s Interference in Toronto’s Municipal ElectionJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
F07(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyWho Votes?Jun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
F07(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyWorkshop 12: Persuasion and MobilizationJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
G07Political EconomyPolitical Economy of LabourJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
H07(a)Political TheoryPolitical Obligation and AuthorityJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
H07(b)Political TheoryRights and Duties IIJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
H07(c)Political TheoryJustice and RightsJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
J07Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondWorkshop: Public-Private Partnerships IIJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
K07CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationComplex Environmental Governance and Policy Implementation Challenges: Speaking Truth to PractitionersJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
L07(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsThe Politics of Race and Racialization: Interrogating ‘Racial Essentialism,’ Political Socialization, Gentrification and Participatory BudgetingJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
L07(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsReflecting on the Harmful Legacies of Child Welfare Institutions and Indian Residential SchoolsJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
L07(c)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsRoundtable: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Progress on Implementation in CanadaJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
M07Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable: Creating Spaces of Engagement - Policy Justice and the Practical Craft of Deliberative DemocracyJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
M07Teaching and Professional PracticeRealigning Educational Spaces in Political ScienceJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm
N07Women, Gender, and PoliticsRoundtable: Divergent Gender Gaps in Political Representation in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan: Beyond Institutional Analyses of Mixed-member Majoritarian SystemsJun 403:15pm to 04:45pm

Day 1 - Presidential Address (05:00 pm - 06:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
R07Special EventsPresidential Address / Discours présidentiel: Life and Death of an Issue: Canadian Political Science and Quebec Politics / Vie et mort d’un enjeu : la science politique canadienne et la politique québécoiseJun 405:00pm to 06:00pmCIRS 1250

Day 1 - Departmental Reception (06:00 pm - 07:30 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
R07Special EventsReception/Réception: Department of Political Science, University of British ColumbiaJun 406:00pm to 07:30pmSage Bistro, Peter Wall Centre

Day 1 - Special Events (12:00 am - 10:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 2 - Session 6 (08:45 am - 10:15 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A08(b)Canadian PoliticsThe Politics of Policing, Crime, and Victimhood in CanadaJun 508:45am to 10:15am
A08(c)Canadian PoliticsGender and Institutions of Canadian DemocracyJun 508:45am to 10:15am
A08(a)Canadian PoliticsQuebec and NationsJun 508:45am to 10:15am
B08(a)Comparative PoliticsWhat Institutions Do to Social Movements and/or Mobilizations?Jun 508:45am to 10:15am
B08(b)Comparative PoliticsIssues in Chinese PoliticsJun 508:45am to 10:15am
C08(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsThe Politics of Migration and Frontline DiplomacyJun 508:45am to 10:15am
C08(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsAdvancing Institutionalist Approaches to the Study of Diplomacy and Foreign PolicyJun 508:45am to 10:15am
D08Law and Public PolicyInternational Justice and Human RightsJun 508:45am to 10:15am
E08Local and Urban PoliticsThe City of MigrationJun 508:45am to 10:15am
F08(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyWorkshop 12: National Identities and Populist RhetoricJun 508:45am to 10:15am
F08(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyIdentity Politics and Public OpinionJun 508:45am to 10:15am
G08Political EconomyWorkshop: Political Economy of/and/in a Hotter World (1)Jun 508:45am to 10:15am
H08(a)Political TheoryDemocracy IJun 508:45am to 10:15am
H08(b)Political TheoryMorality and Ethics of CareJun 508:45am to 10:15am
H08(c)Political TheoryJustification and PracticeJun 508:45am to 10:15am
H08(d)Political TheoryRoundtable: Celebrating the Contributions of Philip Resnick: Explorations in Political Theory, Political Economy, Canadian and Comparative PoliticsJun 508:45am to 10:15am
J08Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondMedia and PoliticsJun 508:45am to 10:15am
K08CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationWorkshop: Looking at All Sides of Things and Speaking Truth to People in Public AdministrationJun 508:45am to 10:15am
L08Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsRacial Minority and Indigenous Political RepresentationJun 508:45am to 10:15am
M08Teaching and Professional PracticeEducation and Politics in Momentous TimesJun 508:45am to 10:15am
M08(a)Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Panel 2 of 8Jun 508:45am to 10:15am
M08(b)Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Panel 3 of 8. Thematic Discussion. Unmooring the Komagata Maru - Charting Colonial TrajectoriesJun 508:45am to 10:15am
N08(a)Women, Gender, and PoliticsResilience, Recognition, Vulnerability, Apology: Logics and Politics of Care in Neoliberal CanadaJun 508:45am to 10:15am
N08(b)Women, Gender, and PoliticsSocial Reproduction, Political Economy, and Public PolicyJun 508:45am to 10:15am
P08PostersPoster Sessions - Group 2Jun 508:45am to 10:15am

Day 2 - Coffee Break (10:15 am - 10:30 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 2 - Session 7 (10:30 am - 12:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A10(a)Canadian PoliticsParliamentary PoliticsJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
A10(c)Canadian PoliticsCanadian SenateJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
A10(b)Canadian PoliticsGender and Canadian PoliticsJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
B10(a)Comparative PoliticsViolence in PoliticsJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
B10(b)Comparative PoliticsPolice Profiling or Discrimination?Jun 510:30am to 12:00pm
C10(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsContemporary Challenges in Armed Conflict I: Identity, Violence and InterventionJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
C10(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsIranian Foreign PolicyJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
C10(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsBrexit and the Future of European CooperationJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
D10(a)Law and Public PolicyCharter PoliticsJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
D10(b)Law and Public PolicyRoundtable: Social Policy Change in Canada, Mexico, and the United StatesJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
E10Local and Urban PoliticsSanctuary CitiesJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
F10(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyGender, Political Participation, and the VoteJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
F10(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyWorkshop 12: InformationJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
G10(a)Political EconomyRoundtable: Change and Continuity: Canadian Political Economy in the New MillenniumJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
G10(b)Political EconomyAtelier: Economie Politique et Rechauffement de la Planete (2) : Table ronde: La géopolitique des changements climatiques en Afrique : entre surenchère éco-diplomatique et cri d`alerteJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
H10Political TheoryDemocracy IIJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
J10(a)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondContinuity and Change in Provincial PoliticsJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
J10(b)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondBy-Elections, Political Financing and Public ParticipationJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
K10CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationWorkshop: Looking at All Sides of Things and Speaking Truth to People in Public AdministrationJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
L10Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsIndigenous Responses to Extractive Industries: Contemplating Consent, Resistance and ReconciliationJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
M10(a)Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Panel 4 of 8Jun 510:30am to 12:00pm
M10(b)Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Panel 5 of 8. Thematic Discussion. Historical Research and K-12 Indigenous Curriculum - Knowledge Mobilization, Knowledge Translation, and Capacity Building in Coast Salish Education InitiativesJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
N10Women, Gender, and PoliticsMedia Frames, Gender, and PoliticsJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
N10(b)Women, Gender, and PoliticsMicro-paper Roundtable: Feministing in Political Science: Stories and Strategies from the Front LinesJun 510:30am to 12:00pm
R10Special EventsShould the CJPS/RCSP Become an Open Access Journal?Jun 510:30am to 12:00pm

Day 2 - Session 8 (Lunch / Déjeuner) (12:00 pm - 01:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
B11Comparative PoliticsNatural Resource PoliticsJun 512:00pm to 01:00pm
C11CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsISA Canada Professional Development Workshop II: Perfecting your Application DossierJun 512:00pm to 01:00pm
E11Local and Urban PoliticsRoundtable: Book Event - Zack Taylor’s “Shaping the Metropolis: Institutions and Urbanization in the United States”Jun 512:00pm to 01:00pm
M11Teaching and Professional PracticeThree Minute Thesis Competition (Heat 2)Jun 512:00pm to 01:00pm

Day 2 - Business and Committee Meetings (12:00 pm - 01:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S11Business and Committee MeetingsCPSA Women’s Caucus Meeting / Réunion du caucus des femmes de l’ACSPJun 512:00pm to 01:00pm

Day 2 - Business and Committee Meetings (01:00 pm - 02:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S11Business and Committee MeetingsCPSA Annual General Meeting / Assemblée générale annuelle de l’ACSPJun 501:00pm to 02:00pmSwing 122

Day 2 - Business and Committee Meetings (01:00 pm - 01:45 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S11Business and Committee MeetingsE-Voting on site / Vote électronique sur placeJun 501:00pm to 01:45pmSwing 122

Day 2 - Business and Committee Meetings (02:00 pm - 03:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S11Business and Committee MeetingsCPSA Board of Directors - Appointment of New Officers / Conseil d’administration de l’ACSP - Désignation des nouveaux dirigeantsJun 502:00pm to 03:00pmSwing 410

Day 2 - Session 9 (02:00 pm - 03:30 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A12(a)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Politics 2.0Jun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
A12(b)Canadian PoliticsGender and Organizations of Canadian Civil SocietyJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
B12(a)Comparative PoliticsPopulist ExperiencesJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
B12(b)Comparative PoliticsZooming In and Zooming Out – Migrants Between Transnational and Domestic PoliticsJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
C12(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsMaking Identity CountJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
C12(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsSelf-Interests, Coercion, and International Intervention in Conflict ZonesJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
C12(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsAmerican Foreign Policy in the Age of Donald TrumpJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
D12Law and Public PolicyEnvironmental PolicyJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
E12Local and Urban PoliticsTopics in Municipal PoliticsJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
F12(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyIdentity Politics and the VoteJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
F12(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyWorkshop 12: Voter Decision MakingJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
G12Political EconomyRegulatory RegimesJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
H12(a)Political TheoryDemocratic Theory IJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
H12(b)Political TheoryCitizenshipJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
H12(c)Political TheoryAutonomyJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
H12(d)Political TheoryRoundtable: Grounded Normative Theory and its MethodologiesJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
J12(a)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondReferenda, Electoral Boundaries and RepresentationJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
J12(b)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondProvincial Program Funding in QuebecJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
K12CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationRoundtable: The Public Servant's Role in Canadian Democracy IJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
L12Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsRace, Indigeneity, Political Institutions, and Public PoliciesJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
M12Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Panel 6 of 8. Thematic Discussion. Community-Engaged Teaching and Research in the Age of ReconciliationJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm
R12Special EventsMax Weber's Provocations, Our Predicaments: The Politics of Knowledge and PowerJun 502:00pm to 03:30pm

Day 2 - Coffee Break (03:30 pm - 03:45 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 2 - Session 10 (03:45 pm - 05:15 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
B14(a)Comparative PoliticsPost-Conflict PolitiesJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
B14(b)Comparative PoliticsPolitics in Central EuropeJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
C14(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsIndigeneity, IR and the Settler Colonial StateJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
C14(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsMilitary Intervention and Post-conflict ResolutionJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
C14(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsThe Role of Consumer Preferences in International Economic RelationsJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
D14(a)Law and Public PolicyCourts and CanadiansJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
D14(b)Law and Public PolicyCourts and GovernmentJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
E14Local and Urban PoliticsInnovations in Urban Political ThoughtJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
F14(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyParliaments and Parliamentary BehaviorJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
F14(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyVoters in Context: Evidence from the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES) ProjectJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
G14Political EconomyRoundtable: Political Economy of Atlantic CanadaJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
H14(a)Political TheoryDemocratic Theory IIJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
H14(b)Political TheoryComparative Political ThoughtJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
H14(c)Political TheoryPolitical Theory, History and EducationJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
H14(d)Political TheoryCritical Approaches to LandJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
J14Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondPolitics of Pipelines and Climate ChangeJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
K14CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationRoundtable: The Public Servant's Role in Canadian Democracy IIJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
L14(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsA Wrong Turn Down the Rights Alley: The Possibilities and Limitations of Federal 'Recognition' of Indigenous RightsJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
L14(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsThe Politics of Refugee Policy in Perilous TimesJun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
M14Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. Panel 7 of 8Jun 503:45pm to 05:15pm
N14Women, Gender, and PoliticsDiversifying Political Science: Whose Discipline?Jun 503:45pm to 05:15pm

Day 2 - Special Events (05:00 pm - 07:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 2 - Special Events (06:00 pm - 12:00 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
R14Special EventsCPSA President’s Dinner / Dîner du président de l’ACSPJun 506:00pm to 12:00amSheraton Vancouver Wall Centre (1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver)

Day 3 - Special Events (08:30 am - 10:00 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
R15Special EventsInterdisciplinary Session - Decolonizing Canada: Critically Considering Settler Solidarity During Indigenous Led Efforts (Canadian Sociology Association, Canadian Political Science Association, and Society for Socialist Studies)Jun 608:30am to 10:00am

Day 3 - Session 11 (08:45 am - 10:15 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A15(a)Canadian PoliticsGender and Canadian PoliticsJun 608:45am to 10:15am
A15(b)Canadian PoliticsGender and Public Policy in CanadaJun 608:45am to 10:15am
A15(c)Canadian PoliticsAssessing the Policy Performance of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government: Retrospective, Prospective or Gyroscopic Mandate Assessments - Panel 1Jun 608:45am to 10:15am
A15(d)Canadian PoliticsRights, Recognition and AttitudesJun 608:45am to 10:15am
B15Comparative PoliticsLeadership, Elites and PowerJun 608:45am to 10:15am
C15(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsContemporary Challenges in Armed Conflict II: Governance, Gender and LegitimacyJun 608:45am to 10:15am
C15(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsGlobalization and Global GovernanceJun 608:45am to 10:15am
C15(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsProblems and Pitfalls in the Growing Institutionalization of International Economic RelationsJun 608:45am to 10:15am
D15(a)Law and Public PolicyThe Politics of Climate and Energy PolicyJun 608:45am to 10:15am
D15(b)Law and Public PolicyContext, Design, and Policy Feedback: Considering New Developments and Gaps in the LiteratureJun 608:45am to 10:15am
E15Local and Urban PoliticsAging in the CityJun 608:45am to 10:15am
F15(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyCitizens, Politicians, and Social MediaJun 608:45am to 10:15am
G15Political EconomyFinance: Security, Inclusion, PrecarityJun 608:45am to 10:15am
H15(a)Political TheoryTerritory and SovereigntyJun 608:45am to 10:15am
H15(b)Political TheoryRoundtable: Democracy in Crisis? If Democracy is to Survive, What Must it Become?Jun 608:45am to 10:15am
J15Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondWorkshop: The Changing Face of Provincial Party Politics I: Blue Wave? Conservatives in the Canadian ProvincesJun 608:45am to 10:15am
K15CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationCivil Servants and Decision-MakingJun 608:45am to 10:15am
L15(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWorkshop: Socially Engaged Research – Navigating Questions of Consent, ‘Community’ Knowledge, and Activist-ScholarshipJun 608:45am to 10:15am
L15(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsMicro-paper Roundtable: Memory Studies in Political Science: Methodologies and Research AreasJun 608:45am to 10:15am
M15(a)Teaching and Professional PracticeJoint Session on Higher Education (Part I of 2). Inclusion and Diversity in our Universities: How Is Internationalization Changing Higher Education?Jun 608:45am to 10:15am
N15(a)Women, Gender, and PoliticsWorkshop: Not Just Because It's 2019: Intersectional Politics in the New Trudeau Era I (Joint Workshop)Jun 608:45am to 10:15am
N15(b)Women, Gender, and PoliticsToward Infrastructures of Equality: Examining the Role of Women in Sustainable Energy Transitions IJun 608:45am to 10:15am
S15Business and Committee Meetings2020 CPSA Programme Committee / Comité du programme 2020Jun 608:45am to 10:15amCIRS Policy Lab, 1141
R15Special EventsCritical Issues and Opportunities for Intervention in the 2019 Federal ElectionJun 608:45am to 10:15am

Day 3 - Business and Committee Meetings (08:30 am - 09:30 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S15Business and Committee MeetingsCPSA Board of Directors - Orientation Session / Conseil d’administration de l’ACSP - OrientationJun 608:30am to 09:30amCIRS 1151, BC Hydro Theatre

Day 3 - Business and Committee Meetings (08:45 am - 10:15 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 3 - Business and Committee Meetings (09:30 am - 12:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S15Business and Committee Meetings(New) CPSA Board of Directors / (Nouveau) Conseil d’administration de l’ACSPJun 609:30am to 12:00pmCIRS 1151, BC Hydro Theatre

Day 3 - Coffee Break (10:15 am - 10:30 am)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 3 - Session 12 (10:30 am - 12:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A17(a)Canadian PoliticsRight-Wing Canadian Political PartiesJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
A17(b)Canadian PoliticsCanadian LegislaturesJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
A17(c)Canadian PoliticsAssessing the Policy Performance of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government: Retrospective, Prospective or Gyroscopic Mandate Assessments - Panel 2Jun 610:30am to 12:00pm
A17(d)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Political History and EducationJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
B17Comparative PoliticsSecessionist MovementsJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
C17(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsRoundtable: Author Meets Critics: Women as Foreign Policy LeadersJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
C17(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsTheoretical and Methodological Advancements in the Study of Violent Non-state ActorsJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
C17(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsThe International Politics of the ArcticJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
D17(b)Law and Public PolicyCanadian Gun Control PolicyJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
E17Local and Urban PoliticsThe Politics of Municipal Infrastructure DevelopmentJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
F17(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyPublic Opinion FormationJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
F17(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyÉlection Québec 2018Jun 610:30am to 12:00pm
G17(a)Political EconomyResponses to GlobalizationJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
G17(b)Political EconomyThe Failure of Financial Regulation: Why A Major Crisis Could Happen AgainJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
H17(a)Political TheoryHannah Arendt and Michel FoucaultJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
H17(b)Political TheoryPolitical Theory and the Founding of StatesJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
J17(a)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondComparative Federalism and Public PolicyJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
J17(b)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondWorkshop: The Changing Face of Provincial Party Politics II: Red Retreat? Liberals in the Canadian ProvincesJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
K17CPSA/CAPPA section on Public AdministrationInnovation in the Public SectorJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
L17(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsDecolonizing Refugee Studies, Decolonizing ‘Rights’, and Decolonizing Political TheoryJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
L17(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsSociological and Political Thought: Indigenous PerspectivesJun 610:30am to 12:00pmANGU 435
L17(c)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWorkshop: Socially Engaged Teaching – Reflections on Pedagogy & EthicsJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
M17(a)Teaching and Professional PracticeJoint Session on Higher Education (Part 2 of 2). The Bologna Process, 20 Years OnJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
M17Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable Series: Teaching and Learning After the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Panel 8 of 8Jun 610:30am to 12:00pm
N17(a)Women, Gender, and PoliticsWorkshop: Not Just Because It's 2019: Intersectional Politics in the New Trudeau Era II (Joint Workshop)Jun 610:30am to 12:00pm
N17(b)Women, Gender, and PoliticsToward Infrastructures of Equality: Examining the Role of Women in Sustainable Energy Transitions IIJun 610:30am to 12:00pm
R17Special EventsKeynote: Canada Alone? Surviving in a Meaner WorldJun 610:30am to 12:00pm

Day 3 - Session 13 (Lunch / Déjeuner) (12:00 pm - 01:30 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A18(b)Canadian PoliticsRoundtable: Long-term Challenges of Climate Politics in CanadaJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
A18(a)Canadian PoliticsRoundtable: What We Know and What We Don’t Know: The State of Research on Canada’s Political Parties as the 2019 Federal Election ApproachesJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
B18Comparative PoliticsSocial Welfare PoliciesJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
C18CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsISA Canada Professional Development Workshop III: Indigenizing the International Relations ClassroomJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
E18Local and Urban PoliticsThe Role of the Business Sector in Local PoliticsJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
J18Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondRoundtable: Reflections on Provincial Elections in 2018Jun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
M18(a)Teaching and Professional PracticeRoundtable: Mentoring and Learning from the Next Generation of Social Sciences and Humanities ScholarsJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
M18(b)Teaching and Professional PracticeThree Minute Thesis Competition (Finals)Jun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
N18Women, Gender, and PoliticsIGNITE Change: Feminist Conversation on Collective Action Strategies for Decolonization and Social JusticeJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm
R18Special EventsPopulism and Political Science: Implications for the DisciplineJun 612:00pm to 01:30pm

Day 3 - Session 14 (01:30 pm - 03:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A19(b)Canadian PoliticsAssessing the Policy Performance of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government: Retrospective, Prospective or Gyroscopic Mandate Assessments - Panel 3Jun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
A19(a)Canadian PoliticsCanadian Public Policy IIJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
B19Comparative PoliticsIssues on Transitions from Authoritarian Rule to DemocracyJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
C19(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsIntroducing the Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary International Political EconomyJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
C19(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsISA Canada Business MeetingJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
C19(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsRoundtable: Gender and IR in Everyday Places and SpacesJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
D19(a)Law and Public PolicyThe Judicial Politics of PakistanJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
D19(b)Law and Public PolicyEvaluating Policy ChangeJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
E19Local and Urban PoliticsThe Politics of Municipal Finance and RevenueJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
F19(a)Political Behaviour/SociologySocial Movements and Protest BehaviorJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
F19(b)Political Behaviour/SociologyRoundtable: It’s Just Around The Corner: Preliminary Look at Edited Books on the 2019 ElectionJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
G19Political EconomyThe Role of Ideas in Political EconomyJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
H19(a)Political TheoryPolitical Theory and Thomas HobbesJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
H19(b)Political TheoryFreedom of Thought and ExpressionJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
H19(c)Political TheoryRoundtable: Grounded Normative Theory and Public PolicyJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
J19(a)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondWorkshop: The Changing Face of Provincial Party Politics III: Orange Crushed? New Democrats in the Canadian ProvincesJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
J19(b)Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondEnergy and Environment Policies and Politics: Balancing Values, Interests and ImperativesJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
L19Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsWorkshop: Socially Engaged Research and Indigenous PoliticsJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
N19(a)Women, Gender, and PoliticsPolitical LeadershipJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm
N19(b)Women, Gender, and PoliticsEncountering Energy and Resource ExtractionJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm

Day 3 - Business and Committee Meetings (01:30 pm - 02:30 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 3 - Business and Committee Meetings (01:30 pm - 03:00 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
S19Business and Committee Meetings2020 Programme Chair, 2020 Local Arrangements Coordinator & CPSA Officers Meeting / Réunion du président du comité du programme 2020, du responsable de l'organisation des lieux 2020 et les dirigeants de l'ACSPJun 601:30pm to 03:00pm

Day 3 - Coffee Break (03:00 pm - 03:15 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom

Day 3 - Session 15 (03:15 pm - 04:45 pm)

IDSectionEvent NameDateTimeRoom
A21(a)Canadian PoliticsIndigenous Politics IIJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
A21(b)Canadian PoliticsAssessing the Policy Performance of Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Government: Retrospective, Prospective or Gyroscopic Mandate Assessments - Panel 4Jun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
B21Comparative PoliticsFederalism and DiversityJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
C21(a)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsInstitutional Change in Security Forces IIJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
C21(b)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsForeign Policy Approaches to Human-made and Natural DisastersJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
C21(c)CPSA/ISA-Canada section on International RelationsNuclear Weapons: Old Risks, Contemporary FearsJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
D21(a)Law and Public PolicyRedistribution and Pre-Distribution: The Politics of Inequality in Canada and BeyondJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
D21(b)Law and Public PolicyJudicial BehaviourJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
E21Local and Urban PoliticsThe Right to the CityJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
F21(a)Political Behaviour/SociologyNew Methods for Studying Political BehaviorJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
F21Political Behaviour/SociologyNew Perspectives in the Study of Political Attitudes and BehaviorJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
G21Political EconomyConnecting Public and PrivateJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
H21(a)Political TheoryRoundtable: Grounded Normative Theory and its Philosophical FoundationsJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
H21(b)Political TheorySolidarity and Organic PoliticsJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
J21Provincial and Territorial Politics in Canada and BeyondWorkshop: The Changing Face of Provincial Party Politics IV: Party System Change in the Canadian ProvincesJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
L21(a)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsTreaty Relations and Indigenous SovereigntyJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
L21(b)Race, Ethnicity, Indigenous Peoples and PoliticsMicro-paper Roundtable: Workshop - Public Engagement by Emerging ScholarsJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm
N21(a)Women, Gender, and PoliticsReimagining Political BehaviourJun 603:15pm to 04:45pm


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