Latino/a Politics Workshop | Spring 2023
Funded through a National Science Foundation grant, this one-day workshop on February 24, 2023, brought together leading scholars of Latino/a Politics here in ASU's School of Politics and Global Studies.
The 51st Peace Science Society International North American Meeting will be hosted by Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona from 2-4 (Thur – Sat) November, 2017. Click here to download the local guide.
The Four Corners Conflict Network (4CCN) was established in 2015 with a view towards building some community connecting the many scholars of violent and nonviolent forms of political and social conflict that work at universities in the four corner states: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. ASU is hosting the inaugural conference of the Four Corners Conflict Network, 15-16 April.
WGAPE includes west coast-based faculty who conduct research in Africa regarding political economy. The meetings include a discussion of seven to eight papers. Participants and schedules are still being set for November 6th and 7th of 2015.
This conference covers the Role Theory and International Relations book series through various discussions and presentations.
PRIEC is a series of meetings that include faculty’s work on racial/ethnic politics and the politics of immigration. PRIEF was held at ASU in January of 2014 and included work from Alan Simmons, Jill Carle and Amanda Wintersieck.