Going to the 2013 Joint Sessions at Mainz? Toddler tagging along? Here is information on on-site child care facilities.
Joint Sessions of Workshops 2013 at the University of Mainz
The Department of Political Science at the University of Mainz is hosting the 41st Joint Sessions of Workshops in March 2013. The local website is here: Joint Sessions of Workshops 2013 local website.
Going to the 41st Joint Sessions? Looking forward to the “Social” in Social Science? We’ve posted information on a couple of guided walking tours on the local website, including the “Great Wine Capital” and the “Sparkling Wine” tour. Highly recommended, though the “walking” part could become a bit of a challenge!
Have you already submitted your paper for the Joint Sessions 2013 at Mainz? We have updated the pages that provide local information on transport, accommodation, and the City of Mainz. There is even a neat GoogleMap (also accessible from your mobile) showing the conference hotels, airports and relevant railway stations. We will add further information on venues, excursions etc. over the coming weeks.
Excellent news: My bid for funding from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft / German Research Foundation was successful, meaning that the DFG will cover a sizable chunk of the administrative costs of the conference. So, to repeat myself, go and submit your paper proposals.
Our local website is now online. At the moment, it’s mostly a placeholder, but we will begin adding travel and accommodation information from September 2012. Stay tuned!
O tempora, o mores: to enhance its visibility and to promote communication amongst (prospective) participants, our conference has grown a fanpage on Facebook. So if you want to to join in the conversation (or just register your support), give us a Like.
The list of workshops that have been accepted for the 2013 Joints Sessions at the University of Mainz is now available on the new ECPR site. The call for papers should go out before August, with a deadline of November 1.
In the meanwhile, we’re working on getting the local website up and running.