News and Updates from FPA

Angelica Robison posted on August 02, 2013 17:10
The Theory Section seeks nominations for its new paper awards and book award. Papers presented at the 2013 ISA Annual Convention in San Francisco are eligible for the paper awards, whether or not they were presented at a panel sponsored by the Theory section.  The Theory section seeks to honor the best work in theorizing international politics across the pluralism of theoretical approaches.  There will be two awards, one for a paper presented by a graduate student or other non-Ph.D. holder, and another for a post-Ph.D. scholar.  Paper nominations should be sent to Annette Freyberg Inan,  a.freyberginan@uva.nl. The deadline to nominate a paper is now September 1st (papers that have already been nominated do not need to be re-nominated).
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