Law, Liberty, and Legislation in Latin America

January 13, 2024
New Orleans, LA
(a conference-within-conference at the SPSA)

Roundtable 1: Liberty, Character, and the Public Good
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Roundtable 2: Citizenship, Character, and the Public Good
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Roundtable 3: Commerce, Character, and the Public Good
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Fifty word blurb describing the purpose of the Conference:

Co-hosted by Richard Avramenko (CSLD at the University of Wisconsin-Madison) and Philip Munoz (CCCG at Notre Dame University), we will sponsor a two-day conference that piggybacks on the 2024 SPSA conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Scholars will be offered the opportunity to present and workshop papers, which will then be gathered for a special issue of the Political Science Reviewer in mid-2024. The theme is broad, but we are hoping that scholars will present papers that showcase their particular corner and approach to the discipline.

The Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy (UW-Madison) and The Center for Citizenship and Constitutional Government (Notre Dame) will provide a $1500 honorarium to cover travel, lodging, meals, and entertainment — $750 after the conference in NOLA, and $750 upon submission of a revised paper to the Political Science Reviewer.

Timetable:
January 3, 2024: First draft of paper due (25pp max)
January 13, 2024: Paper workshops
March 17, 2024: Revised draft of paper due (submit to Political Science Reviewer)
March 30, 2024: Reader reports due
June 30, 2024: PSR 48.2 (2023) published