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During the 2016 annual convention in Atlanta, the Global South Caucus, in conjunction with ISA Headquarters, hosted the inaugural Global South Dialogue. The dialogue was a forum that provided space for ISA members located in or with origins from the Global South to discuss their views of the ISA; their roles in the ISA; and the factors that have influenced the ability and willingness of Global South scholars to participate in the ISA.

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ISA Headquarters posted in Annual Convention on February 13, 2017

In preparation for the Annual Convention in Baltimore this month, the Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security and Global Governance at the University of Massachusetts-Boston provided a platform for its Graduate Students and Junior Faculty to rehearse their presentations. A first of its kind, this “Pre-ISA” workshop was a very efficient way to prepare UMB graduate students for the big event in Baltimore, encourage them to take advantage of the networking opportunities and the special annual convention programs.    

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ISA Headquarters posted in Annual Convention on February 13, 2017
ISA offers several awards given to recognize outstanding scholarly contributions to the field of international studies. These awards have different co...
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Giulianna Franchetti posted in Annual Convention on February 10, 2017

This cluster of panels emerged as part of a collective response to the repressive and turbulent political climate in the US in an effort to create space for critical conversations and strategizing in Baltimore 2017. Participants in sessions not currently listed here could add them to the google document at: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SKJf8qvOre7itVXxcNxVjc1tujlrabERIie0QinH5iY/edit#

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Giulianna Franchetti posted in Annual Convention on February 10, 2017

We're excited to invite you to attend our Early Career Scholar's Reception, scheduled for Thursday, February 23rd from 8:15 - 10:00pm in the Holiday 3 at the Hilton Baltimore. The reception is open to all graduate students and recent PhDs. We'll have some snacks and a cash bar will be available. This is a great opportunity to connect with scholars from around the world.

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Giulianna Franchetti posted in Annual Convention on February 10, 2017

This series of thematic panels is a result of ongoing efforts by ISA members to address the systemic roots of marginalization, discrimination, and violence within ISA, the profession and the world. In addition to addressing their core themes, sessions will provide an opportunity to discuss the current global political context and its impact on our work as scholars and activists.

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