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Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on September 11, 2014
The new editorial team of International Studies Perspectives is launching a blog on January 1, 2015. The ISP blog is designed to alert readers to upcoming content in the journal and to provide a forum for discussing contemporary international issues in line with ISP’s identity as a bridging journal.Interested in joining the group as a regular or occasional blogger? Please send a statement of interest, CV and two samples of 800-1000 word blog entries to The deadline for applying is October 31, 2014.
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on August 15, 2014
After careful deliberation, the ISA Nominating Committee unanimously agree on a single slate of candidates for ISA officers:  T.V. Paul for president; Kumiko Haba (Aoyama Gakuin University/Japan), Kelly Kadera, and Layna Mosley, for vice presidents.  We also solicited nominees for at-large representatives from outside the recognized ISA regions. We recommend the following five candidates to stand in the election for our three positions:  Mely Caballero-Anthony (Nanyang Technological University/Singapore), Han Dorussen (Essex, UK), Markus Kornprobst (Diplomatic Academy/Austria), Sergey Sevastianov (Far Eastern Federal University/Russia), and Ann Towns (Gothenburg/Sweden). 
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on July 15, 2014
ISA's newest journal announces a call for proposals for a special issue on the theme of the future of global security studies. Proposals (800 words) due: August 15, 2014. Please email proposals in MS Word format to Jill Hereau,  
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on May 15, 2014
The ISA Nominating Committee invites members of the Association to nominate candidates to be considered for offices for the 2016-2017 term, including a president and three vice-presidents and three at-large representatives on the ISA Governing Council. Nominations should be sent to the ISA nominating committee using the following email: Nominations should be received by June 15, 2014.
Joel Davis posted in Headquarters on March 14, 2014
In Memoriam - Chadwick Alger
ISA mourns the passing of long-time member and former president Chadwick Alger, a distinguished scholar and pioneer in the field of peace studies. His many contributions are noted in an obituary provided by his sister. We thank her for sharing her memories and we invite our members to share their memories as well.
Mike Ryckman posted in Headquarters on March 07, 2014
ISA moved to this new website in April, 2013. Since that time, we've made many improvements to the site's functionality and content offerings based both on feedback from our users and from the experiences of our staff. Today, we're excited to announce a series of new improvements!
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