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Oklahoma Political Science Association

Upcoming Events

2014 OPSA ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Redlands Community College - November 6- 7, 2014

El Reno, Oklahoma

Conference Chair:

 Bill Gorden

Email: godenb@redlandscc.edu

To learn about previous and upcoming conferences, register for the event, and submit paper, panel, and roundtable suggestions online, please visit the Conferences section of this website or click here.

Oklahoma PoliticsThe Oklahoma Political Science Association (OPSA) publishes the peer-reviewed journal Oklahoma Politics. The manuscript deadline for the Volume 24 (November 2014) issue is June 20, 2014. For more information about Oklahoma Politics and the desire to serve as a reviewer, please contact:

Dr. Tony Wohlers
Editor Oklahoma Politics
Cameron University
Lawton, OK  73505

 

OPSA at a glanceThe OPSA seeks to enable political scientists and practitioners to create an intellectually stimulating environment conducive to teaching, research, and practice in all fields of political science. In this spirit, the OPSA sponsors its annual conference in November. In addition to organizing this state conference, we are also seeking your input about the OPSA. For an OPSA Overview click here and to provide feedback, please visit the OPSA Outreach Survey by clicking here.

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Oklahoma Political Science Association

Executive Director

Managing Editor

Dr. Tony Wohlers
Oklahoma Politics
Cameron University
awohlers@cameron.edu
580-581-2496

Webmaster

Dr. Tony E. Wohlers
Cameron University
awohlers@cameron.edu
580-581-2496

The Oklahoma Political Science Association (OPSA) is the professional organizations of Oklahoma political scientists and practitioners. Drawing on political scientists and practitioners from across the state, the OPSA brings together scholars from all fields of inquiry and occupational endeavors within and outside academe in order to expand understanding of politics and policies. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the state's politics.