Luana Russo founds new ECPR Research Network on Affective Polarisation

Luana Russo established a new ECPR Research Network on Affective Polarisation.

This new Research Network aims at facilitating cooperation and new initiatives among scholars working on this topic, as well as organising panels and workshop in the frame of the ECPR joint sessions and general conference.

Standing Groups and Research Networks are an important and integral element of the ECPR and play a key role in delivering the mission of the organisation to its membership and wider community. The ECPR’s groups and networks provide a basis for the nurturing and development of all sub-fields of political science, whether broad or specialised, reflecting and helping to grow the diversity and inclusivity of the ECPR.

Standing Groups and Research Networks operate as distinct groups with their own memberships but under the auspices of the ECPR. As such, they can organise and participate in a wide range of activities that enable them to develop and grow their field of research and offering to the scholarly community, and by association enable the ECPR to extend its reach beyond both its membership and traditional boundaries.

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