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Joel Davis posted on May 20, 2014 16:55
ISA's Religion and International Relations Section invites nominations for their Best Paper Award. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the broadly defined field of religion and international affairs. It recognizes promising young scholars from a broad scope of disciplines and topics whose work is relevant to the domain of religion and IR. For the best paper on Religion and IR presented by a graduate student, the recipient receives a cash award and membership in the Section for one year. The section is now accepting submissions from all members of ISA. For more details and submissions please see the award website or contact: Jocelyne Cesari, jcesari@fas.harvard.edu. Nominations are due by September 1, 2014.


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