Frequently Asked Questions


Who can subscribe to POLCAN2?

Anyone interested in political science, and in communicating with political scientists, can subscribe to POLCAN2.




Are all messages posted in English and French?

Messages are posted in the language they are received.




When and what kind of information is included in POLCAN2?

POLCAN2 is sent on Wednesdays.

The newsletter posts call for papers, job offers, job search links, seminars, courses, conferences and prizes’ announcements, and CPSA notices.

Please note that the CPSA will not assume a position upon any question of public policy not directly related to the discipline of political science or commit its members to any position thereupon.

Information provided by an individual or departmental member will be posted on the CPSA Web site, POLCAN2 & @cpsa_acsp  with a suitable heading and an appropriate disclaimer.

 

Messages Requesting CPSA Institutional Support


For institutional support by the CPSA, at least two members of the CPSA Executive Committee will refer the case to the Board of Directors as mover and seconder of a motion requesting that the later sanction CPSA support for the cause in question.

Should advocates desire, a further motion may be put to the next Annual General Meeting.




How do I submit a message to be posted in POLCAN2?

Postings (including links and pictures or images in .png) must be sent to contact@polcan2.ca in MS Word (.doc/.docx/.txt) or email format.



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