Psychology & Peace 2020 Conference
Call for Papers & Registration
Psychologists pursuing sustainable peace through scholarship and action …
The Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence
APA Division 48
Psychology & Peace 2020 will be held on the campus of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. The meetings and housing will be in the modern and comfortable academic buildings and residence halls of the University. The Paper-in-a-Day event will begin at 8:00 a.m. Thursday, May 28. The conference will begin at 8:00 a.m. Friday, May 29 and conclude at 12 noon on Sunday, May 31 (in time to make afternoon flights home.)
Registration Fee is All-Inclusive. The registration fee includes the conference fee, three nights housing, and food (five meals, reception, and breaks) during the conference. The all-inclusive registration fee for Division 48 members is $380. Student members of Division 48 are eligible for a $100 scholarship from the Division making the all-inclusive registration fee $280 for Division 48 student members. For additional information about fees and assistance see PeacePsychology.org/conference.
Call for Papers. Submission are due January 17. Notification will be made February 17. Psychology & Peace 2020 will be May 29-31, 2020. The conference program committee invites scholarly work on peace, conflict, and violence and on the related topics of justice and healing. A variety of formats will be considered. Non-traditional formats for the presentation of scholarly work are welcome. Diversity of scholarly perspectives, methodologies, and social-cultural contexts is encouraged.
PeacePsychology.org/conference Information about registration, submission, and housing can be found at PeacePsychology.org/conference.
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