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ISA CISS Thessaloniki 2016

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Alex Walker posted in ISA CISS Thessaloniki 2016 on September 15, 2016
From June 13 to 15, 2016, CISS-ISA hosted its annual conference in Thessaloniki, Greece. The theme was “Boundaries and Borders in an Evolving World Order: Challenges and Prospects.” The Organizing Committee consisted of: Stephen Rosow (SUNY-Oswego), Tina Mavrikos-Adamou (Hofstra) and George Andreopoulos (CUNY-chair). Dan Golebiewski (CUNY) served as the Organizing Committee’s Administrative Assistant. The venue was the American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) which co-sponsored the conference.
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We are hereby providing the final program for our upcoming conference in Thessaloniki and the logistics memo.

Please note the following:

  •  The attached program has undergone numerous revisions. It includes the room numbers of the panels. Please read it carefully. We cannot accommodate any more changes.
  • Each presenter will have 10-12 minutes maximum for their presentation. Each discussant will have 15 minutes for comments.
  • As indicated in the attached logistics memo, the organizers will provide transportation for the opening reception on the evening of June 13. For all other occasions, please use public transportation or taxis.
  • During the regular conference hours, there will be a desk manned by our staff who will address any questions that you may have. The desk will also have badges, limited copies of the conference program, and a sign-up sheet that each participant will be asked to sign. During and outside regular conference hours, you can also send an email to ciss@isanet.org and/or isa.ciss2016@gmail.comwith your questions. Please bear in mind that participants are expected to print their own program and/or download a digital copy and bring it to the conference.
  • Because we have decided not to open a tab to submit papers via the ISA system, presenters should send their papers to their discussants by Friday, June 3rd. Also, we kindly ask that you also send them to the entire panel. If for whatever reason you cannot make the deadline, please notify your discussant and indicate when they should expect to receive your paper. Bear in mind that discussants are not expected to prepare comments after the deadline.
  • As a reminder, if you have not already done so, you must register via ISA online before you come to the conference (there is no on-site registration). To register, please contact Liz (lfausett@isanet.org) as soon as possible. Please CC this email (ciss@isanet.org). Before you do, you will need to have an ISA account (or create it via www.isanet.org). Once you email her, she will add the registration fee into your cart and you can pay online.

If you have any questions, please ask.

We very much look forward to seeing you in Thessaloniki!

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We are delighted to inform you that the program for our upcoming conference on Boundaries and Borders in an Evolving World Order is up and running on our conference’s website. We look forward to seeing you in Thessaloniki soon.
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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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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 International Studies Association Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies section is pleased to announce proposals are being accepted for our 2016 conference, June 13-15, 2016, in Thessaloniki, Greece. ISA-CISS, in conjunction with the American College of Thessaloniki, invites paper, panel and roundtable proposals on any subject related to international interdisciplinary studies, broadly defined, for our annual conference. Please see our call for more details. Proposal submissions open immediately - please submit your proposals through the ISA submission system. The proposal submission deadline is Wednesday, February 10, 2016.
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