It’s going to be a busy spring

At present count, I will be presenting six different papers at three separate conferences between the beginning of March and the end of June. The line up is:

Visions for Canada 2042: Imagining the Canada of the Future – Carleton University
Paul Thomas. “The Rise of All-Party Groups in Canada: Towards a New Politics?”
March 4, 2017, 9:45-11:00, Richcraft Hall 
Conference details

(British) Political Studies Association 67th Annual Conference – Glasgow, UK
Paul Thomas. “Cooperation without consequence? A review of participation in all-party groups by members of the House of Lords.”
April 10, 2017, 9:30-11:00, McCance 3.03

John McAndrews, Feodor Snagovsky, and Paul Thomas. “Citizens’ Attitudes Toward Legislator Independence: Experimental evidence from Canada.”
April 11, 2017, 13:30-15:00, McCance 3.03
Conference details

Canadian Political Science Association Conference – Ryerson University
Paul Thomas. “Undisciplined collaboration? A review of participation in all-party groups by members of the Canadian Senate.”
TBA (May 30 – June 1)

JP Lewis and Paul Thomas. “Canadian Provincial Legislatures and the threat of Executive Creep.”
TBA (May 30 – June 1)

Jerald Sabin, Paul Thomas, and David Rayside. “Religion and the 2017 Conservative Party of Canada leadership race.”
TBA (May 30 – June 1)


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