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  • PSS-ISA Budapest 2013
  • ISA CISS Bruges 2013
  • ISA Canada Victoria 2013
  • ISA NE Providence 2013
  • ISA West Pasadena 2013
  • ISA Midwest St. Louis 2013
  • ISA South Charlotte 2013
  • ISA ISSS-ISAC Washington D.C. 2013
  • ISA PDG Warsaw 2014
  • ISA HR Istanbul 2014
  • WISC-ISA Frankfurt 2014
  • FLACSO-ISA Buenos Aires 2014
  • ISA CISS Thessaloniki 2016
  • ISA Midwest St. Louis 2016
  • ISA South Shepherdstown 2016
  • ISAC-ISSS Notre Dame 2016
  • ISA Hong Kong 2017
  • ISA CISS Bologna 2017
  • ISA GSCIS Havana 2017
  • ISA West Pasadena 2017
  • ISA South Orlando 2017
  • ISA Northeast Providence 2017
  • ISA Midwest St. Louis 2017
  • ISSS-ISAC Washington D.C. 2017
  • FLACSO-ISA Quito 2018
  • ISA Canada Ottawa 2015
  • ISA HR Hague 2015
  • ISA West Pasadena 2014
  • ISA South Richmond 2014
  • ISAC-ISSS Austin 2014
  • ISA NE Baltimore 2014
  • ISA Midwest St. Louis 2014
  • ISA HR NYC 2016
  • ISA ICOMM Atlanta 2016
  • ISA Asia-Pacific Hong Kong 2016
  • CEEISA-ISA Ljubljana 2016
  • ISA West Pasadena 2016
  • ISA NE Baltimore 2016
  • ISA Midwest St. Louis 2015
  • ISA South Tampa 2015
  • ISSS-ISAC Springfield 2015
  • ISA GSCIS Singapore 2015
  • ISA CISS Krakow 2015
  • ISA NE Providence 2015
  • ISA West Pasadena 2015
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Two overlapping trends highlight the first decade and a half of the 21st Century: information abundance and the growing ubiquity of mobile communication devices. While it is often claimed that these developments have facilitated political uprisings and revolutions, there is much debate over whether they have increased the world’s peace and security.  This pre-conference will explore this important question at the international, state and individual levels. Keynote speakers include: Professors Robert Entman (George Washington University), Lene Hansen (University of Copenhagen), Steven Livingston (George Washington University) and Phil Seib (University of Southern California).

Read abstracts of the keynote speakers’ presentations here and details of the breakout session panels here.

Schedule:
  • 8.30 – 9.00AM – Registration and Coffee (Rm. 800)
  • 9.00 – 9.15 AM – Welcome
  • 9.15 – 10.45 AM – Keynote Speakers, Philip Seib and Lene Hansen
  • 11.00AM – 12.30PM – Breakout Sessions (A01, A02, & A03)
  • 12.30PM – 1.30PM – Lunch Break
  • 1.30PM – 2.30PM – Keynote Speaker, Robert Entman
  • 2.30PM – 4.00PM – Breakout Sessions (B01, B02, & B03)
  • 4.15 – 5.00PM – Keynote Speaker, Steven Livingston
  • 5.15PM – 6PM – Closing Reception and Poster Session

Registration Information: Pre-registration has closed. However, you can still register onsite beginning at 8.30am on the day of the preconference. Registration Rates are: $20 for ICOMM section members, $35 for ISA members who are not members of ICOMM, and $50 for non ISA members.

Location: Georgia State University, Department of Communication, 8th Floor, Twenty-five Park Place, Atlanta, GA 30303 (approximately 15 minutes walk from the Hilton, Atlanta).

Questions:
Please send any questions to icommconference@gmail.com

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The Organizing Committee has decided to extend the deadline for the submission of abstracts to Wednesday, February 17. Please submit your proposals through the ISA submission system. Our Organizing Committee is looking forward to receiving and reviewing your abstracts and seeing as many of you as possible next June in Thessaloniki.
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CEEISA and ISA are delighted to announce our 2016 Preliminary Program. The CEEISA-ISA 2016 Conference will be held at the University of Ljubljana, in Ljubljana, Slovenia on June 23rd-25th, 2016. The theme of the conference is The Politics of International Relations. Please visit CEEISA-ISA's Program and Events page for additional details. We look forward to seeing everyone in Ljubljana!
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As you know, our section is organizing an international conference on Boundaries and Borders in an Evolving World Order: Challenges and Prospects. The conference is scheduled for June 13-15, 2016 in Thessaloniki, Greece. The topic is of critical importance and we are fortunate to be partnering with the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT). The Administration of ACT has kindly offered us the use of their excellent facilities. The purpose of this note is to request that you submit your abstracts at your earliest convenience, and that you spread the word about our conference among colleagues through your other networks encouraging them to do the same. The deadline for the submission of abstracts, February 10, 2016, is fast approaching. Our Organizing Committee is looking forward to receiving and reviewing your abstracts and seeing as many of you as possible next June in Thessaloniki.
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The ISA Asia Pacific Region is pleased to announce a pre-conference workshop on international publishing opportunities for Asia Pacific Early Career Researchers. This workshop will focus on strategies and practical challenges associated with finding international opportunities for journal and research monograph publication. For more information and details on how to apply, see our ECR Program.
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We are pleased to confirm several plenary sessions (click on story for full details) and very excited that several eminent practitioners and academics have agreed to speak at the conference. Secondly, please remember that all who are on the program must register for the conference by 1 February (and sooner if possible to facilitate planning). After that date, the system will automatically remove you from the program and we will begin looking for a replacement for you on the program. If you have co-authors who will not be attending, please let us know before 1 February so we can note that in the system. 

Additional travel information, limited hotel/dormitory options and visa information, is available on our Travel & Hotels page. Don’t forget that we have partnered with the Academic Council on the United Nations System, which is holding its annual conference at the same venue immediately after. The theme of the conference is Meeting the Challenges of Development and Diversity, and there is still time to submit a paper proposal (deadline is 31 March). 

Finally, if you have any questions which are not answered on the website,feel free to contact us via e-mail: HRjc2016@global-human-rights.com. And follow us on Twitter to receive updates and to help us spread the word about the conference: @HRjc2016.
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