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ISA Headquarters posted in Annual Convention, Conferences on September 29, 2017

First time attending ISA?

Whether you’re an Early Career Scholar (ECS) or a tenured professor, attending an international convention of this magnitude can be overwhelming. We want to ensure you not only have a positive experience, but enjoy everything about ISA that makes us unique.

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Kristy A. Belton posted in Annual Convention on September 22, 2017

If you are ready to move your research agenda forward and collaborate with colleagues who share your interests, consider applying for one of our ISA 2018 Working Groups. Each year, Working Groups address topics of relevance to the ISA membership at large, formulating new questions, approaching old questions from different perspectives, and brainstorming new directions for research. This year we are pleased to offer two Working Groups that you will not want to miss out on. To learn more about these Working Groups and to apply to take part in them, visit the ISA 2018 Working Groups website.

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Kristy A. Belton posted in Annual Convention on September 22, 2017

Take advantage of all the opportunities that the ISA 2018 Annual Convention offers by taking part in our Special Programs. This year we are offering three exciting Career Courses that will be sure to inspire as you further develop your professional skill set. These courses are always in high-demand and are available on a first-come, first-served basis when you register for the 2018 Annual Convention. To find out more about these three courses, visit the ISA 2018 Career Course website.

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ISA Headquarters posted in Annual Convention on September 21, 2017

The International Studies Association is pleased to announce our preliminary program for the ISA 2018 Annual Convention in San Francisco, California from April 4-7, 2018. Please note: program notifications will be going out over the course of the day - thank you for your patience!

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The Program Chair and Section Program Chairs have been working hard all summer on ISA 2018. In anticipation of the preliminary program release next month, we're delighted to share a few highlights from our last ISA Annual Convention. Join us as we celebrate the work of our colleagues and get excited about San Francisco!
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The Women's Caucus for International Studies (WCIS) invites nominations for the Deborah "Misty" Gerner Grant for Professional Development, sponsored by Lynne Rienner Publishers. Deborah Gerner (1956-2006) was a much-loved and inspirational scholar who worked extensively on contributing to conflict resolution and peace in the Middle East. She was also a great advocate for women scholars in the international relations discipline. Funds from this grant may be used to support any legitimate professional development identified by the candidate. Some examples of possible uses include the following: (a) Travel to a professional meeting, (b) travel to conduct interviews, work with a colleague on a collaborative project, or field research, (c) purchase of databases, software, books, or other materials needed for research, or (d) participation in an appropriate pedagogy workshop or institute. Please note that these are just examples, and other documented professional development needs will be considered. 


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Representing over 100 countries, ISA has more than 6,500 members worldwide and is the most respected and widely known scholarly association in this field. Endeavoring to create communities of scholars dedicated to international studies, ISA is divided into 6 geographic subdivisions of ISA (Regions), 29 thematic groups (Sections) and 4 Caucuses which provide opportunities to exchange ideas and research with local colleagues and within specific subject areas.
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