Register for the conference by paying via PayPal using either a credit card or eCheck.

 

“The Politics of Identity: Who Are We?”

The 2016 election highlighted the power of group identity to shape our electoral outcomes; but it also fostered an environment that has challenged us, as a nation, to break down barriers to communication and conversation. How do we create space to have dialogue across the various areas of identity?  What do we make of free speech during a time where certain groups feel vulnerable as a result of national conversations over controversial topics? Are there some groups that don’t deserve to be protected, or who lack political legitimacy? These questions become critical to the preservation and advancement of our democracy as we move forward.

Online payment (via PayPal) after Oct. 25 at 11:59 p.m.

Faculty/non students: $ 90.00
Retirees $ 45.00
Students (Graduate and Undergraduate) $ 25.00

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Event date 11-09-2017 1:00 pm
Event End Date 11-11-2017 12:00 pm
Registration Start Date 09-27-2017
Cut off date 11-09-2017
Individual Price USD90.00
Location
Hilton Garden Hotel, Savannah, GA
321 West Bay Street
Hilton Garden Hotel, Savannah, GA
USD90.00

Register for the conference by mailing a check to the GPSA.

The Politics of Identity: Who Are We?

The 2016 election highlighted the power of group identity to shape our electoral outcomes; but it also fostered an environment that has challenged us, as a nation, to break down barriers to communication and conversation. How do we create space to have dialogue across the various areas of identity? What do we make of free speech during a time where certain groups feel vulnerable as a result of national conversations over controversial topics? Are there some groups that don’t deserve to be protected, or who lack political legitimacy? These questions become critical to the preservation and advancement of our democracy as we move forward.

Payment by check after Oct. 25 at 11:59 p.m.

Faculty/non students: $ 115.00
Retirees $ 70.00
Students (Graduate and Undergraduate) $ 50.00

Checks/money orders must be payable in U.S. Dollars.  Do not send cash.
A fee will be charged if a check is returned for non-sufficient funds.

Checks are processed through a campus mail system. Please allow a week
for the check to be received. Checks are deposited bi-monthly. Receipts
for mailed payments may be picked up at the Conference registration desk.

Make check or purchase order payable to Georgia Political Science
Association and mail it along with a copy of your registration to:

Brandy Kennedy, Ph.D., GPSA Treasurer
Georgia College and State University
Campus Box 018
Milledgeville, GA 31061

 

Event date 11-09-2017 1:00 pm
Event End Date 11-11-2017 12:00 pm
Cut off date 10-25-2017
Individual Price USD115.00
Location
Hilton Garden Hotel, Savannah, GA
321 West Bay Street
Hilton Garden Hotel, Savannah, GA
USD115.00