Main Conference 2021The International Association for Relationship Research 2021 conference will be VIRTUAL. More details are forthcoming!
Main Conference 2022
The International Association for Relationship Research are delighted to welcome you to the City of London. The conference will be held at Imperial College, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London from Thursday, July 28 – Monday, August 1, 2022.
Main Conference 2024
IARR Main Conference. Boston, Massachusetts, July 6, 2024 (opening night reception and speaker), July 7-9, 2024 full conference days. The IARR Main Conference will be held in Boston, Massachusetts at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. Ashley Duggan of Boston College, and Jeffrey Stokes of the University of Massachusetts-Boston will serve as Co-Chairs for the local arrangements of the conference. A Program Chair will be named soon. The IARR Board is very excited about having a conference in beautiful Boston!
Resilience in Interpersonal and Social Environments (RISE). Arizona State University (ASU), Date: May 18-21, 2023. The IARR New Scholar Workshop and Mini-Conference on Resilience in Interpersonal and Social Environments (RISE) will be held at Arizona State University in Phoenix, AZ. Kristin Mickelson from the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences at ASU, Masumi Iida from The Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at ASU and Ashley Randall from the College of Integrative Sciences and Arts at ASU will serve as Co-Chairs.
Dark Side of Relationships. University of Alabama, Date: June 8-10, 2023. The IARR Mini-Conference on the Dark Side of Relationships will be held at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, AL. The Mini-Conference will feature an Innovative Methods Pre-Conference on the first day. The Pre-Conference will include workshop demonstrations of current and innovative methodologies from experts in the field used to study relationships as well as sessions to troubleshoot and solve methodological challenges. The Pre-Conference will be useful for anyone -- novice or seasoned scholars. The Mini-Conference theme will focus on aversive, problematic, and dysfunctional behaviors, communication, and experiences in relationships. The organizers from the University of Alabama include: Leah LeFebvre, Josh Pederson, and Heather Carmack in the Department of Communication Studies and Casey Totenhagen and Robert Laird in the Department of Family Studies and Human Development.