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>From: "MPSA" <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: MPSA Conference, April 2-5, 2009, Chicago.   Proposal 
>Deadline is October 10, 2008.
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>Ask your favorite political scientist what the biggest political 
>science conference is, and she'll tell you it's the American 
>Political Science Association. Ask her what the best political 
>science conference is and she'll tell you it's the Midwest Political 
>Science Association meeting, held every April in the beautiful 
>Palmer House in Chicago.
>
>The Midwest Political Science Association, like most academic 
>associations, charges higher conference registration rates for 
>nonmembers than to members. Hoping to continue to increase 
>attendance by people outside of political science and related fields 
>at its annual meeting, the Association will begin charging 
>registrants who 1) have academic appointments outside of political 
>science or related fields (policy, public administration and 
>political economy) and 2) do not have a PhD in political science or 
>the same related fields, conference registration rates equal to 
>member registration rates.
>
>In addition, the Association grants, on request, a substantial 
>number of conference registration waivers for first time 
>participants who are outside the discipline.
>
>The call for papers for the 2009 meeting, due October 10, is at 
>http://www.mpsanet.org/~mpsa/index.html.
>
>Hope to see you in Chicago.
>
>Sincerely,
>
>Jeff Segal, President
>Midwest Political Science Association
>320 W 8th Street, #218
>Bloomington, IN 47404
>www.mpsanet.org
>
>

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