News and Updates from FPA


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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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In conjunction with the city of Ljubljana, we are pleased to offer several sightseeing and tourism opportunities for our conference attendees - sign up online today! Additionally, online registration for the CEEISA-ISA conference will close on May 15, 2016. We look forward to seeing you in beautiful Ljubljana this summer.
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Paper submissions for the Human Rights in an Age of Ambiguity conference are now open and a copy of the draft conference program is now available. Please ensure that you upload your paper no later than Monday, 30 May to allow your fellow panel members time to read it in advance of the conference.  The process for uploading your paper can be found directly through the conference web site.  After logging in, you will find the option to upload your paper using the “See Your Schedule” tab. Please note that the site is only able to accept PDF files and all files must be smaller than 10mb.

To access papers uploaded to the archive, simply browse the online program.  For presentations with a paper already submitted to the archive, use the "Download" option. We strongly encourage you to send a copy of your paper to your panel Chair and Discussant, or to let them know via email that you have uploaded your paper to the submission site.  Email information for panelists is available via the “See Your Schedule” tab (click on the link for your panel/s).

All panel sessions are 90 minutes in length.  We ask that you reserve between 30-40 minutes for questions.  Therefore, please coordinate with your panel Chair regarding the length of individual presentations and discussant remarks.  Panel chairs are responsible for timekeeping as well as moderating discussion, and should be in touch with participants in advance of the conference to discuss logistics.

Please note that registration opens at 8:30 AM on Monday 13 June, and the conference officially opens at 10:00 AM.  We then have a very full schedule over the next 3 days, with plenary addresses and roundtables, 38 panels, and a reception Monday evening.  Panel room assignments and the final version of the program will be distributed shortly.

There are still rooms available in the McKeon dorm building. Bookings must be made by 16 May.

Finally, as a result of a late withdrawal, we have an opening for a discussant on a panel entitled Human Rights and Democratization (Wednesday 2:00-3:30). If you would like to volunteer to take on this role, please contact ASAP at HRjc2016@global-human-rights.org.

We look forward to seeing you next month.

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The International Studies Association West Region is pleased to announce our 2016 annual conference, September 23th - 24th, in Pasadena, California, USA. ISA-West invites paper, panel and roundtable proposals on any subject related to international studies, broadly defined. Our conference continues its collaboration with ISA sections International Ethics and Active Learning in International Affairs, thus we especially welcome papers related to these areas. Submissions open immediately. The deadline for paper/panel submissions is Tuesday, June 28, 2016.

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The International Studies Association Northeast Region is pleased to announce our 2016 annual conference, November 4th - 5th, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. ISA-NE invites paper, panel and roundtable proposals on any topic substantively related to world politics, for our annual conference. Particularly welcome are submissions related to our 2016 conference theme, (In)Human(e) World Politics. Proposal submissions open immediately. Please submit your proposals through the ISA submission system. The proposal submission deadline is Sunday, 26 June 2016.

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The Asia-Pacific region executive is delighted to announce that we will be making up to 10 travel grants of a maximum of $500 USD each available for registered participants of the ISA Asia-Pacific region conference to be held at City University of Hong Kong, June 25-27. Please note that these grants are different from the generous funding provided by City University of Hong Kong through its South East Asia Research Centre (SEARC).

In order to be eligible to apply for a travel grant, prospective applicants must be ISA members and registered to attend the conference by Friday April 22. Preference will be given to early career researchers (including doctoral students) presenting papers at the conference from the Asia-Pacific region, particularly those from institutions in developing areas of the region not covered by the SEARC awards. Please apply by Friday April 29 through the online application form. (Click here to access it.)

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The program chairs of the ISA Asia-Pacific region conference have decided to extend the deadline for remaining on the program to Friday April 22 in order to give those participants who have not been able to register a chance to do so. If you do not register by April 22, you can still attend but will not be included in the final program. Finally, please upload your papers to the online paper archive and send to your chair and discussant at least 5 days before the conference begins. 
 
We look forward to seeing you in Hong Kong in June (25-27).
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