March 10 - 12, 2022

Lighting Up the New Dawn— Recover, Reconcile, and Rebuild @ 75

WPSA President Ricardo Ramirez and Program Chair Pei-te Lien are planning the 2022 Annual Meeting, which is scheduled for March 10-12, 2022. WPSA would like to acknowledge our meeting site Portland as resting on the traditional village sites of the Multnomah, Kathlamet, Clackamas, Chinook, Tualatin Kalapuya, Molalla, and many other Tribes who made their homes along the Columbia River.

The Association will be celebrating its 75th anniversary at the conference, so we are planning a variety of special events and exciting activities. Please try to attend! The DEADLINE for submission of paper proposals/program participation forms will has been extended to September 27, 2021. In addition, the association has made arrangements to allow virtual participation in a limited number of in-person panels. If you are interested in presenting a paper at the conference, but cannot attend in person, we encourage you to submit your proposal and then write a separate email note to Elsa Favila (favilaej@skymail.csus.edu) letting her know you want to participate virtually. We will try to accommodate as many requests as possible, but there is a limit to the number of these hybrid panels we can host.

Similarly, if you are interested in organizing a completely virtual panel, please submit your proposal and send an email to Elsa indicating you want to hold the panel entirely online.

Paper and panel proposals can be submitted here: https://wpsanet.org/app_panel/participation.php?year=2022.

The deadline for submitting proposals for the undergraduate poster session is October 30. Please encourage your students to apply.

2022 Request to Participate Form

WPSA Call for Papers

Call for Papers for Miniconferences:

Antiracist Pedagogy in Political Science
Asian Pacific American Politics
Taiwan in World Politics

2022 Section Information and Chair Listing

2021 WPSA Program

My First Conference? A Question and Answer Guide

Wednesday Pre-Conference Workshops

Role of Chair/Discussant

Instructions for Undergraduate Research Posters