News and Updates from FPA

Joel Davis posted on September 11, 2014 16:15
The new editorial team of International Studies Perspectives is launching a blog on January 1, 2015. The ISP blog is designed to alert readers to upcoming content in the journal and to provide a forum for discussing contemporary international issues in line with ISP’s identity as a bridging journal.ISP seeks to be a bridge between the scholarly and policy communities, international studies professionals and students from around the world, and the diverse sections of ISA. If you are an ISA member in good standing who crosses many different bridges in your own international studies work and you often have the urge to type up 800-1000 word commentaries, then the new editorial team is looking for you. The editorial team is assembling a stable of bloggers who will engage in monthly discussions of broadly conceived common topics. Interested in joining the group as a regular or occasional blogger? Please send a statement of interest, CV and two samples of 800-1000 word blog entries to ispjournal@miamioh.edu. The deadline for applying is October 31, 2014.
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