Call for Proposals: 2024 NPSA Conference

Call for Papers: 2024 Northeastern Political Science Association Conference


The Northeastern Political Science Association’s 56th Annual meeting will take place at the historic Omni Parker Hotel in Boston, MA during November 14-16, 2024.

The organizers are currently accepting proposals for the conference and welcome attendees to visit their Allacademic submission site to upload paper, panel, and roundtable proposals, as well as to indicate availability to serve as a panel chair or discussant. Volunteers are needed to serve as panel chairs and discussants.

Graduate and undergraduate students are strongly encouraged to submit proposals.

Only one paper submission per person is allowed. However, a paper presenter may also serve as a chair and/or discussant on other panels or as a roundtable participant; faculty members may serve in the additional role of mentor for undergraduate research.

Please submit your paper or panel proposal to the appropriate Section Chair. A list of Conference Section Chairs is available at

NPSA will award travel grants by lottery to two graduate students who register for, and participate in, the annual meeting in Boston. Names will be selected at the conference; each student will receive a check for $150 to help offset expenses associated with attending the conference.

Registration for the Annual Conference opens every year on September 1. Membership also can be renewed at the same time. Discounted rates will be available between September 1 and October 31st.  Travel accommodations can be arranged at any time by the attendees. Travel discounts and hotel information can be found on our website:

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The submission deadline is April 15, 2024.



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