Canadian Political Science Association Prizes
Deadline: December, annually or biennially
Eligibility: The author must be a Canadian Citizen or a permanent resident.
Value: See Web site for details.
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Description: The main purpose of the Canadian Political Science Association is to facilitate and promote the study of politics and government in Canada. Through varied activities, it seeks to connect students, researchers, journalists, practitioners, teachers and all individuals interested in the discipline to one another and to international resources for the study of politics and government. The categories of prizes to be awarded in 2015 are:
Conference Poster Prize; Donald V. Smiley Prize; Vincent Lemieux Prize; John McMenemy Prize; Jill Vickers Prize and CPSA Prize in International Relations.
Further Details: Prizes are awarded every 2 years. Categories that will be awarded in 2016 are:
Prix francophone de l'ACSP; CPSA Prize in Comparative Politics; CPSA Prize for Teaching Excellence; C.B. MacPherson Prize.
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