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Alex Walker posted on November 28, 2016 15:36

DPLST Young Scholar Award

The Diplomatic Studies Section is honoring the young scholar whose oeuvre of research best advances the theoretical and empirical study of diplomacy. Criteria for participation: 1) Recipients must be current members of ISA; and 2) Scholars within three years of having obtained their PhD by the award deadline of December 31, 2016.

Scholars may be self-nominated or nominated by others. Nominations must include a short cover letter description of the body of work and how it contributes to the study of diplomacy, a current CV, and one example of recent work, ideally solo-authored. The award is presented at the ISA 2017.

Nominations should be sent to the committee chair, Antoaneta Vanc at amvanc@quinnipiac.edu. The submission deadline is December 31, 2016.


DPLST Article Award

The Diplomatic Studies Section is honoring the article that best advances the theoretical and empirical study of diplomacy. We especially welcome those articles that attempt to connect the study of diplomacy with broader issues and trends in the discipline.

Recipients must be current member of ISA and the article must be published online or in print by a peer-reviewed journal during January 1st-December 31st 2016. The award is presented to the author(s) of the article at the ISA 2017.

Articles may be self-nominated or nominated by others. Electronic submission of PDFs of articles should be submitted to the committee chair, Antoaneta Vanc at amvanc@quinnipiac.edu. The submission deadline is December 31, 2016.

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