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ISA Headquarters posted on May 27, 2014 16:30

ISA West would like to remind you that the deadline to submit papers, panels and roundtables for the September 26 & 27 conference in Pasadena, California, is this June 7th.

It will be a special conference this year, as ISA West is very proud to announce the creation of the Ole R. Holsti Distinguished Scholar Award. The Ole R. HolstiDistinguished Scholar Award was established to recognize Ole R. Holsti for his extraordinary role within the ISA West region and his contributions to the international studies community as a whole. This award will be given annually to a scholar who has significantly influenced the ISA West region. The Ole R. Holsti Distinguished Scholar will have an exceptional record of scholarship in international studies, a distinguished record of teaching and mentorship, as well as service to the International Studies Association West region.

At this year’s conference, Dr. Holsti will launch the award with the keynote speech at our Saturday luncheon. The nominations for the first recipient will take this fall with the first award presented at ISA West 2015. (Both the Friday reception and Saturday luncheon are included in your registration fee.)

Dr. Ole R. Holsti is the George V. Allen Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Duke University. A strong supporter and past-president of the ISA West as well as the ISA South, Dr. Holsti specializes in international politics and foreign policy decision-making. He is a path-breaking author; his numerous works include: To See Ourselves as Others See Us: How Public Abroad View the U.S. Since 9/11, American Public Opinion on the War in Iraq, Crisis, Escalation, War, Content Analysis for the Social Sciences and Humanities, and Public Opinion and American Foreign Policy and co-author of International Alliance: Unity and Disintegration, Enemies in Politics, Communication Content, Content Analysis, Change in the International System, and American Leadership in World Affairs: Vietnam and The Breakdown of Consensus. In addition, his articles have appeared in American Political Science Review, The Handbook of Social Psychology, Public Opinion Quarterly, World Politics, Journal of Politics, International Political Science Review, International Studies Quarterly, Diplomatic History, Political Psychology, and various other journals. He is former Associate Editor of International Studies Quarterly and he is Contributing Editor of Running Journal. Professor Holsti was a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and he was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1981-82. He has served the discipline in several capacities: President of the International Studies Association (1979-1980), President of International Studies Association West (1969-70), and past Vice President of International Society of Political Psychology. He has won numerous awards, including the Nevitt Sanford Award from the International Society of Political Psychology for "distinguished professional contributions to political psychology", the Howard Johnson Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1990, and The Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award in 1995. He has been the recipient of six National Science Foundation Research Grants, and received distinguished lifetime achievement awards from the American Political Science Association and the International Society for Political Psychology. His non-academic interests include running marathons and racewalking. Professor Holsti resides in Utah, near his grandchildren.

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