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Joel Davis posted on July 11, 2013 16:37
After careful deliberation, the International Studies Association Nominating Committee (Lisa Blaydes, Mark Crescenzi, Robert Denemark, Martha Finnemore, Scott Gartner, David Kinsella, Deborah Larson, and TJ Pempel) unanimously agree on a single slate of candidates for ISA officers: Paul Diehl for president; Kurt Mills (Glasgow/UK), Aseem Prakash, and Laura Sjoberg for vice presidents.  We also solicited nominees for at-large representatives from outside the recognized ISA regions.  Our charge is to forward at least five candidates for three positions.  We recommend the following five names: Scott Gates (PRIO/Norway), Birger Heldt (Folke Bernadotte Academy/Sweden), Juliet Kaarbo (Edinburgh/UK), Nizar Messari (Al-Akhawayn, Morocco), Isak Svensson (Uppsala/Sweden). Candidate CVs are linked above and the full report is available for download and review by ISA members prior to the election in November.
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