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Call for the Ninth Düsseldorf Graduate Conference on Party Research (GraPa) 2018 hosted by the PRuF

On the 2nd and 3rd of February 2018, the Düsseldorf Graduate Conference on Party Research (GraPa) will take place for the eighth time. The PRuF would like to invite all PhD candidates in the field of party research and others who are interested in this two-day interdisciplinary conference at the Heinrich‑Heine‑University Düsseldorf. Especially, we welcome party researchers from abroad. Presentations and discussions can be held in English. Please find detailed information in the official invitation. We look forward to your applications until 31.10.17.

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